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Evil Eye Jewelry

Evil eye necklaces and charms

“The evil eye is said to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck- well I think this one does exactly that! Not only is it the most stunning and elegant evil eye jewelry out there, I always get compliments which brings positive energy my way :) It is fun and elegant at the same time. Will be a statement piece and become a signature in your collection.”
-Brooke, TN

Evil eye jewelry has been around since the very earliest days of recorded history – and it is still found all over the world today! Our shoppers usually wear evil eye jewelry for one of three reasons: fashion, faith, or fear. Fashion speaks for itself – the quirky shape lends itself to unique evil eye bracelets, evil eye necklaces, and evil eye charms. Faith is probably the most common reason for buying and wearing evil eye jewelry, and has been such for thousands of years. The Turkish Evil Eye is one of the more recognizable evil eye designs, with a shining blue stone to represent happiness and good energy. Other religions have incorporated evil eyes within hamsa hand jewelry (also known as the Hand of Miriam or Hand of Fatima). Some evil eye jewelry looks very much like a literal eye, complete with lids and sometimes eyelashes. More traditional evil eye designs are the rounded blue bead, which may have rings of black, white, or yellow inside. The final reason, fear, is really more superstition. This often ties in with faith, because many religions across the globe consider the evil eye to be a powerful talisman to ward off evil spirits. Some people who are not particularly religious still respect and fear the power of the evil eye amulet. Our shoppers seem to buy evil eye bracelets and evil eye necklaces for all three reasons! Would you wear an evil eye bead or evil eye charm? If so, what reason resonates most with you?

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