Friday, July 17, 2009

A little bit of luck luck

The "Bent Pin" is an age old tradition, a manipulated symbol that, according to Folklore, was offered to the water Gods, to give hope and grant wishes for all things needed. Like tossing a coin, throwing bent pins into water was thought to harness a deep connection between everyday living and the spirit world to answer prayers.

Thousands of bent pins have been found on the foreshore of the Thames and in London's holy wells. Kit Grover has made it easy on those who have gazed into the waters in the hope of finding an answer, by designing a pure gold version, bent into the shape of the Thames, that you can wear on your own some and channel the energy of this special source.

Of course, you could throw it into the Thames to maximise the chance of your dreams coming true...

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