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Sterling Silver Evil Eye Pendant

Sterling Silver Evil Eye Pendant. Silver evil eye pendant in turkish wholesale sterling silver pendant. 5 out of 5 stars.

Sterling Silver Evil Eye Necklace By Martha Jackson
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925 sterling silver evil eye pendant are made from a variety of materials, which may include precious metals like gold and silver, gemstones, clay, ceramic, plated metals and so on. The evil eye is a curse believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when they are unaware. While the light blue stones are for protection from the evil eye, the white stones are for the purity of thoughts and actions.

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While the light blue stones are for protection from the evil eye, the white stones are for the purity of thoughts and actions. 5 out of 5 stars. They are small and elegant.

Solid Sterling Silver Evil Eye, Hamsa Diamond Cz Pendant Necklace In 16,18,20 Inches.

Sterling silver evil eye pendant. Silver evil eye necklace with blue evil eye protection charm on 925 sterling silver 19 inch box chain. Made in 925° sterling silver.

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The symbol and superstition of the evil eye is one of the strongest symbolic images in the world. Adorable sterling silver blue evil eye charm. 925 sterling silver greek evil eye pendant.

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925 sterling silver evil eye pendant can help add personality and verve to any item and increase its versatility and applications. Solid sterling silver evil eye, hamsa diamond cz pendant necklace in 16,18,20 inches. Also known as greek evil eye pendants, turkish evil eye pendants, nazar pendants, mal de ojo pendants, and malocchio pendants.

The Earliest Known Evidence For Belief In The Evil Eye Goes Back To Ancient Greece.

Handmade pendant, inspired by greek tradition & byzantine art. The earliest known evidence for belief in the evil eye goes back to ancient greece and rome. Many cultures believe that receiving the evil eye will cause misfortune or injury.

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