Description - Horse shoe

Horse shoes are not lucky unless they have first been worn.

All our Horseshoes are supplied by our local Farrier and are all off local horses. Please note all shoes differ in size and shape as do the horses we get them from.

The shoes have had the nails removed and have been cleaned. but please be aware some shoes may still carry debris.

Mild steel.


Delivery is not included in the price.

Please allow up to 10 days for delivery

Horseshoes as charms:

Iron particularly the horseshoe has long been recognised as an emblem against evil. One example is of St Dunstan, extracting a promise from the Devil that he would not enter a house where a horseshoe was displayed.

It has always been considered as a charm to ward off the likes of witches, wizards, ogres, gnomes, fairies, ghosts, trolls, pixies, elves, leprechauns, goblins and all kinds of other demons and evil spirits.

Which way to hang a horseshoe

You hang it up with sides upper most to keep the luck in. Unless it's over a door, not on a door, when you hang it the other way up so that the luck runs out onto people walking in and out, but If you don't like them keep it the other way up.

It matters not a jot which way you hang it up, in fact you could even lay it flat on the ground - the most important thing about a horseshoe is that it'll keep the Devil away from your home. They are also lucky for bringing in money.