What are symbols of good luck for Italians?

A token devil's horn, evil eye or hunchback are symbols of good luck for Italians.

Specifically, the devil's horn is called il cornicello and protects against envy. The evil eye is called il malocchio and is cancelled out by verbally adding God's blessing to whomsoever is complimented, whether to the face or behind the back. The hunchback is called il gobbo and is activated by being rubbed on the back.
A token devil's horn, evil eye or hunchback are symbols of good luck for Italians.

Specifically, the devil's horn is called il cornicello and protects against envy. The evil eye is called il malocchio and is cancelled out by verbally adding God's blessing to whomsoever is complimented, whether to the face or behind the back. The hunchback is called il gobbo and is activated by being rubbed on the back.