Round Filigree Evil Eye Pendant Necklace in Yellow Gold
The belief in the evil eye dates back almost 3,000 years to ancient Greece and Rome. It's a superstition practiced by many cultures. The meaning
behind the evil eye is almost similar in every culture who believes in it. The belief is that jealousy is at the root of the power of the evil eye. Evil eye
jewelry was meant for a protection from harm people wish towards your way and the to protect you from the people who are envious of you. Many
cultures also believe that the "evil look" will bring you bad luck which is why people wear jewelry of the evil eye to ward of harm and envy.
With an atmosphere of charm, this evil eye pendant was delicately handcrafted to perfection by our specialist jewelers with more than 35 years
of experience. A modern filigree design made with a pure yellow gold, then topped off with a glossy high polish finish.This pendant was delicately
hand studded with a single blue c.z stone to signify the eye. With beautiful filigree and beaded work, an aroma of protection is embedded so
gracefully in this piece and will leave you feeling protected and gorgeous! Add this handcrafted piece to your own unique collection to compliment
How to Style This Piece:
"Evil Eye jewelry has been a trending fashion piece for some time now. Besides it being a cute piece that goes with just about anything, it's a symbol
of protection that is respected and represented in many different cultures. With filigree ornamental work made by hand, I suggest this piece be pared
with a solid pendant. I think our Solid Gold Lucky Charm Amulet does the trick to satisfy a trendy look. Layer the two pieces with different chain lengths.
I'd do the lucky charm amulet with a 16" chain and this filigree evil eye pendant with and 18" or 20" chain. If you'd like to add another piece, I'd also
suggest our Solid Gold Unisex Lucky Ring. An intricately designed piece that would complement this pendant very well!"
DIMENSIONS: HEIGHT: 1.17 in | WIDTH: 0.90 in | DEPTH: in | WEIGHT: 2.00 Grams