- Elephant Statue
- Lucky Undies
- Wishbone Stud Earrings
- Evil Eye Serving Platters
- Acorn Pendant Necklace
- Chanchito Three-Legged Pig
- Porcelain Pebble
- Coin Purse
- Lucky Bamboo
- Four-Leaf Clover Lighter
- Maneki-Neko Cat Pin
- Jade Earrings
- Scandinavian Gnome
- Fortune Cookie Paperweight
- Lucky Socks
- Coffee Mug
- Opal Hamsa Necklace
- Wooden Bookmark
- Iron Horseshoe
- Abundance Candle
- Han Solo’s Lucky Dice
- Goldfish Sushi Dipping Bowls
- Compact Mirror
- Fortune Cookie Booties
- Elephant Necklace
- Gift Basket
- Lucky Penny Cufflinks
- Break A Leg Mug
It’s always nice to wish someone “good luck” before a significant life event – new job, moving home, starting college, getting married, even taking an exam. And what better way than with a lucky gift. All of these gifts symbolize good fortune and are sure to make a loved one feel incredibly blessed.
Elephants are considered lucky in China, while in India they’re connected to the elephant-headed Hindu god of beginnings, Ganesh. This little elephant makes for a nice wee piece of home decor, while its upward pointed trunk is said to bring energy, luck, prosperity, and strength.
These undies will bring the man in your life more than just luck– they promise no pinching, sagging, chafing, or adjusting plus an ultra-soft feel. These would make a great Father’s Day gift.
These 18K gold-plated wishbone earrings are sure to become her lucky charm. They’re simple, classy, and sparkly, and arrive in a little “Tiffany” blue gift box. They’d make a beautiful farewell gift, pre-exam gift, or new job gift. They’re also nickel-free, lead-free, and hypoallergenic.
This platter will do double duty– offer up luck to the giftee and keep bad vibes off the hor d’oeuvres at their next dinner party. The evil eye has origins dating back to the ancient Greeks and is recognized across many cultures for warding off wicked vibes. It would make a most excellent gift for the owners of a new home.
As a good luck symbol, acorns are said to protect one’s health as well as being a powerful symbol of renewal and good things ahead. This pretty necklace bears a single bronze Swarovski pearl, with a brass-plated acorn cap and matching leaf.
In Chile, it’s believed that “chanchitos” – or little pigs – bring good luck, especially three-legged chanchitos. These adorable little clay piggies are commonly given to friends as a token of goodwill and love.
The perfect good luck gift is one that you can carry on you when you need positive energy the most. This white porcelain pebble is a simple but heartwarming charm and is small and flat enough to fit in a handbag or back pocket.
Ladybird, ladybird fly away home… No, wait! Some say if a ladybug lands on you, you should count the number of spots to predict how many months until your greatest wish comes true. Even if you don’t, ladybugs are still believed to be talismans of good fortune. This cute coin purse is sure to elicit financial magic.
In many Asian cultures, the gift of a lucky bamboo plant is believed to bring good fortune, wealth, and prosperity. This is why it’s so prevalent in Feng Shui decor, and why it makes the perfect gift for graduations, weddings, housewarmings, business openings, and other special occasions.
The luck of the Irish may well follow this windproof Zippo lighter, and it would make a unique good luck charm for the right person, be it St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, or a new beginning.
The Maneki-Neko or “beckoning cat” is a Japanese figurine of good fortune and these enamel pins make an easy, cheap, and thoughtful good luck gift idea. They can be worn on a lapel, jacket, or backpack and would be a sweet gift for friends around exam time.
Jade is one of the most treasured gemstones in China and symbolizes strength, luck, and good health. These 14K gold-filled, green nephrite jade earrings are stunning and would make a special keepsake. Gift them to a loved one as a memorable wedding day or birthday gift.
The gnome is one of the most well-known creatures in Scandinavian folklore and, though mischievous, is believed to protect the family from misfortune and bring good luck into the home. Though commonly displayed during the holidays, they’re a year-round good luck symbol for the home.
Gift this non-tarnishing silver paperweight and bring good fortune to your coworkers, or those departing for a new job. But there’s more– the cookie opens up, allowing you to pop in your own personalized good luck wish. A stylish, functional, and unique gift!
A great “new year, new job” present, this lucky sock gift set will give him an edge whatever the occasion! Each sock features a different lucky icon from around the world: the four-leaf clover, lucky number seven, and some lucky dice.
If your giftee is specifically leaving for a new job, this mug is a fun and functional way to wish them goodbye and good luck. Pair it with a bag of Kicking Horse‘s “Smart Ass” medium roast.
The Hamsa is a Middle Eastern symbol of protection, health, and good fortune, across many faiths. This 14K gold-plated amulet is so pretty it’ll probably draw lots of eyes, however, it’s thankfully able to deflect the “evil eye”. It’s also available in sterling silver and rose gold. Hamsa for a guy? Look no further.
Not your average bookmark, these wooden page markers are handcrafted in the USA from environmentally responsible wood. They’re affordable without looking cheap, with a four-leaf clover design that’s brilliantly colored and won’t fade. The perfect way to say “good luck” for their studies or travels ahead.
Traditionally made of iron, horseshoes were believed to ward off evil spirits (and goblins, no less) in Celtic traditions. Handcrafted, fire-forged, and shaped into a heart, this shoe is ready to make someone’s lucky day. Add a ribbon to hang over a doorway or use it in the kitchen as a cooking trivet.
This Avail soy candle is a fortune drawing light that can help bring forth prosperity, well-being, and luck. It’s fragranced with eucalyptus and spearmint and then sprinkled with citrine crystal to shield against negative energy, and gold flakes to bring prosperity and illumination to your life.
Han Solo won the Millennium Falcon in a game of Corellian Spike with these dice, and they remained his lucky charm for years to come. While they may not get you the vehicle of your dreams they’re at least made from actual cast metal, not plastic, and will win the heart of other Star Wars fans.
In Feng Shui, a fish represents wealth and prosperity because the Chinese word for fish sounds the same as the word for abundance. Nice! These mini sushi dipping bowls come in a set of six and make the perfect gift to bring luck into a home.
This keepsake compact mirror is a heartfelt going away gift to bless friends, family, or close coworkers with luck on the road to their dreams. The mirror inscription reads, “Behind you, all your memories; before you, all your dreams; around you, all who love you; within you, all you need.”
Here’s an original way to send someone special (and very little) some good fortune– fortune cookie baby booties! They even come with little fortunes attached that read: “From small beginnings come great things” and “An amazing adventure awaits you.” Sure to be a standout at the baby shower.
If they’re a Kate Spade fan – or love a little bit of pavé bling – this tiny, sparkly elephant necklace makes a gorgeous lucky charm. It’s small enough to pair with many an outfit and will ensure that luck literally does follow them everywhere.
A unique gift box to make anyone feel blessed, this package includes a cute succulent, a scented candle, colorful matches in a jar, and a “good luck” greeting card with a personalized message of your choosing. All packaged up in a vibrantly colored mailer box.
“Find a penny, pick it up. All day long you’ll have good luck.” Aside from the obvious (finding money) pennies were said to bring good luck because metals—like copper—were gifts from the gods to ward off evil. These copper cufflinks feature uncirculated 2012 pennies but you can ask for another year.
Sometimes wishing someone good luck isn’t appropriate – like in the theater where superstition forbids it. Thespian friends – or just those who love the catchy phrase – will appreciate this “break a leg!” coffee mug in vibrant red and white.