This is an old Italian amulet that is usually worn around the neck or hung over a baby’s cot. It is said to provide protection against the evil eye. It relates to one of the most revered Italian flora and means’sprig of rue.’ The charm is shaped like a rue sprig with three main branches and is made of silver. These represent the moon goddess’s three aspects as a maiden, mother, and crone (Diana Triformis). Several little charms, including a key that signifies access to knowledge and power, a fish that represents fertility and abundance, a hand to ward off evil, a flower for protection, and a crescent moon that portrays God’s horns, hang from the tips of the branches.

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