Evil Eye Pendant | Nepali Protective Good Luck Charm, Boho JewelryWoman Shops World
The Evil Eye is an ancient symbol hailing from Greece, but found in cultures around the world; it is believed to ward off evil onlookers, bad juju, and bad luck. In many cultures they are worn as amulets or good luck charms and are believed to bring the wearer happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
✨THE MAGIC IS IN THE DETAILS ✨
Approx. Diameter: 23mm (7/8")
Approx. Thickness: 10mm
Bail Opening: 4.5mm
Materials: Mother of Pearl, Turquoise, Black Onyx, White Brass
Quantity per Order: 1
Each pendant is handmade; the pattern and coloration may vary slightly.
The Mother of Pearl on the outer edge of these pendants has a lovely sheen to it. The turquoise and onyx eye in the center is a beautiful and powerful focal point. The back side features a gorgeous floral-esque motif and the outer edge is sealed with a beautifully ornate white brass bezel.
We travel directly to Nepal to hand-select all of our Nepali jewelry making supplies. We work with small-scale, family-run businesses, most of whom have been crafting these pieces for generations. We sit in the tiny little shoebox of a shop and look at their new designs, while sipping tea, and choose our favorites. It's pretty magical. Purchasing these goods helps us support them in their handmade, traditional craft.
A portion of all WSW sales will be donated to The Compassion Collective, which works to feed, clothe, shelter, and save our refugee and homeless sisters, brothers, and children in the US and worldwide.
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