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The four-leaf clover is one of the best known good luck charm in the West. A lucky clover only occur once in about 10,000 shamrock or three leaf clovers. Each leaf on a clover has a special meaning representing faith, hope, love, and luck. Other thought the leaves stands for fame, wealth, health, and love. In Irish tradition, a Shamrock supposedly represents the Holy Trinity – The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit. If a lucky clover is found, then the fourth leaf is considered to bring God's Grace. According to legend, and folklore these lucky clovers bring good fortune to their finders.

Since the ancient time necklaces have been worn as a way of displaying status and wealth. It is believed that wearing a necklace as luck charm will attract positive vibe and great fortune. Self-confidence is the most powerful influence on success. If you believe that you are going to be successful, you're more likely to be so. The luck charm works by directing our sub-conscious minds to focus on what we wish to create so that we will effectively draw more positive energy toward us. Just as positive thought and visual imagery improve sports performance. "A study conducted by a British University showed that more than 30% of those who carried good luck charms felt their luck had genuinely improved."

Luck is a major factor in life. Real four-leaf clover necklace makes a perfect good luck gift for everyone. Anyone experiencing a major change in life would definitely appreciate a boost of luck.

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