Wishbone Charm


A wishbone charm is another symbol associated with luck, particularly in Western culture. The wishbone, also known as the furcula, is a bone found in birds, formed by the fusion of the two clavicles. In various traditions, it's believed that if two people pull apart the wishbone from a cooked bird (usually a turkey or a chicken), the one who ends up with the larger piece will have their wish granted.

The wishbone charm is often a small replica of an actual wishbone, made from materials like metal, wood, or plastic. It's worn as a pendant on necklaces or bracelets, or used as a decorative item in jewelry, keychains, and other accessories.