New Design – Evil Eye

Evil eye jewellery

With a history dating back to ancient civilisations, the Evil Eye charm has traditionally been adopted by many cultures as a symbol of protection against harm where envy or malevolence is inflicted on one person by another. A positive force, the charm helps the bearer to deflect bad feeling or evil away

 

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