Ancient Sicilian coral cornicello Italian “horn” talisman
on gold filled chain with circle station charms and clasp with diamonds.
A cornicello, cornetto, (Italian for "little horn" or "hornlet") or corno, (Italian for “horn”) is an Italian amulet or talisman worn to protect against the evil eye (or malocchio) and bad luck in general, and, historically, to promote fertility and virility. In Neapolitan, it is called curniciello or variants thereof. The amulet is also sometimes referred to as the Italian horn.
PANTONE HONORS ENDANGERED COLOR
Of the 29 World Heritage reef areas, at least 25 of them will experience twice-per-decade severe bleaching events by 2040—a frequency that will “rapidly kill most corals present and prevent successful reproduction necessary for recovery of corals,”
-The United Nations