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
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!
The jewelry was very shiny and nice.