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Good Luck Horseshoe In Neon
Good Luck Horseshoe In Neon
Good Luck Horseshoe In Neon

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Actually, as every superstitious person knows, the horseshoe is shown upside down.  Horseshoes should always be hung with the open side up so as to catch and hold good luck!  But this view gets a lot more attention.

Created by renowned neon artist, Todd Sanders, this is just one example of his custom neon signs as well as artwork for album covers and it's appeared in major magazines like Esquire and Southern Living.

To see all his vintage style and modern neon art, visit Roadhouse Relics.  And tell Todd that Truly Texan sent you!

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The Texas furniture, art, gifts and jewelry we feature is available directly from the Texas companies shown here.  On any item we feature, there will be a link on the detailed description page that tells you how to buy that product. It sends you to the artisan or service provider's website so you can see everything they offer, not just what we show here.

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