Aug 16, 2010 7:00 AM
You don't have a yard, so hunting for a four-leafed clover is out unless you want to be stared at in the park. You'd never buy a rabbit's foot. And you rolled all your pennies one afternoon last week when you were bored. So what are you to do for a lucky charm? Go big, that's what. This gold, diamond, and sapphire pendant features a genuine Greek tetradrachm coin stamped between 135 and 100 BC. On its face is an image of Tyche, goddess of chance and prosperity. (A mere $2795.)
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