Several myths and superstitions surrounding mirrors date back to ancient times. The belief that seven years of bad luck would result from breaking a mirror is linked to the Roman belief that it took seven years for a soul to renew. One of the most common symbols carved onto Pictish stones in Scotland is a mirror. It is believed to be a Celtic association with astrology and using a mirror to read the heavens. According to legend, Pythagoras tipped a mirror at the moon to read the future. In the mythology of vampires, the absence of a soul makes them lack a reflection.
Take a look in this magic mirror charm featuring an inscription on the back that reads “look within”.
- Available in Rhodium Plated Brass
- Available in 18K Yellow Gold Plated Brass
- White CZ
- Charm Clasp included
I was expecting the skull to be more visible but now it has grown on me, I like that it's subtle enough for people to ask me for a closer look.
This charm is so sparkly & catches your eye!
I bought this for my husband for christmas, so he can add it to whatever piece of jewelry he wears. It’s absolutely beautiful. I’ve never seen such a unique design! It’s versatile and just the right size for an earring or necklace.
I absolutely love This charm, it was even better then the picture!
Got to my house quickly, came in cute boxes, and was very pretty!