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The Farriers Foundation is run purely by volunteers, enabling every penny raised to be directed to a farrier in need.

 

The Farriers Foundation is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Charity Commission No. 1156236

© 2019 The Farriers Foundation

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Luxton

Sterling Silver Horseshoe Signet by Bloody Mary Metal

Luxton, the sturdy-as-you-like sterling silver horseshoe signet,
hand stamped with one word personal to you. 

 

Just fill in the box with the word you would like on your signet, if no
word is added, your signet will be stamped with “LUCKY”.

 

Made in collaboration with the Luxton family who sadly lost their dad, Steve, in 2017.

 

Please take some time to read the note below from his four children which explains why £10 from each sale of this ring goes to the charity – The Farriers Foundation.

 

 

“On December 1st 2017 Steve “Lucky” Luxton left a hole that many of
his friends and family can’t comprehend.

 

After being admitted to hospital in mid September and shortly after being diagnosed with spontaneous CJD, our dad sadly deteriorated at a rapid rate. Having been a great friend and drinking partner to so many, a teacher and mentor to those lucky enough and a proud father to us four, everyone who knew him had a story to tell. A strong, ironically spontaneous, intelligent and well travelled man who loved nothing more than a day with the horses and a good social after with a Guinness or three. Barely an hour goes by where we aren’t reminded of his impact and that is why we wanted to offer other people the chance to wear something to remind them to make the most of life, because as he always used to say, “we are here for a good time not a long time” and that is how we want him to be remembered because he filled his 59 years with so much. 
 

We chose The Farriers Foundation as they support farriers and the families of farriers at times like this and we know that Dad would approve of us helping them after they helped us with funds towards his funeral.”