Acorn Pendant

Acorn Charm

Russian Acorn Charms

Enameled Acorn Box/Candy Dish

Acorn Bookmark

Acorn Christmas Ornament


Russian Acorn Charms

Acorn Candy Dish

Silver Acorn Pendant




Those of you who cannot have an oak tree in your backyard to bring good luck and insure a long life can at least rely on the Acorn to capture the oak tree’s power. For generations, many Britons, particularly in rural areas carried acorns on their persons in order to remain perpetually youthful. This belief dates back to the Druids. The Scandinavians believed that an acorn at the window would keep lightening away, because Thor, the God of thunder, protected the oak tree. The acorn has also been associated with the goddess Artemis, the goddess of nature and fecundity. Who would have imagined such power in a tiny acorn?

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