Corno mano e gobbo lucky charm. This will bound to send you good luck and good fortune your way.
The history of the ‘corno’ dates back to the year 3500A.C.
The figure of the ‘corno’ is associated with the horn of the bull, which represents strength. In traditional Italian culture, people believe that the ‘corno’ is an object of good luck, used to prevent bad luck and the evil eye. If people do not have a ‘corno’ they use their hand to create the figure of ‘bull horns’, so as to prevent them from any negative influences that people wish to impart on them.
The ‘gobbo’ hunchback figure, is also said to protect from the evil eye and negative energy.