Actors have always been a superstitious lot. They often use talismanic objects or certain rituals to insure a Perfect Performance.
William Shakespeare's play Macbeth is said to be cursed, if an actor speaks the name "Macbeth" in a theatre prior to one of the performances, he or she is required to leave the theatre building, spin around three times, spit, curse, and then knock to be allowed back in. (the euphemism "The Scottish Play" is used instead).
Similarly the expression "break a leg" replaces the phrase "good luck" prior to a performance.
Our Talisman to "Secure Eloquence" can be worn by anyone involved in public speaking. It aids one in finding the right words and means of expression at the right time.
It is especially potent for Actors, but is also effective for Teachers, journalists, or Writers.
The "Seal of Eloquence" also known as the "Seal of Mercury" belongs by ancient custom to this Talisman. We put both on our Talisman so they enhance the Magical Power.