A communion cup that was a gift from Mary, Queen of Scots has gone on display in Workington.
She said it would bring good fortune to the town, where she spent her last night of freedom more than five hundred years ago.
The cup was named The Luck of Workington.
It's now back in the county for the first time in fifty years, and already seems to be doing its job.
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The Luck of Workington was Mary Queen of Scots' communion cup. She gifted it to a family in the town.
It was gifted to Workington's Curwen family in in 1568 by Mary Queen of Scots and the 'The Luck of Workington', a communion cup, has now returned to the town.
The Luck, which still belongs to the family, has not been in the town for 40 years is now on public display in a specially designed and lit secure cabinet at the Helena Thompson Museum.
The cup is thought to have been Mary's travelling communion cup. A spokesperson from the Museum said: