The Story Behind the Symbol - Evil Eyes - Nickel & Suede

The Story Behind the Symbol - Evil Eyes

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Lagoon Karma Earring

For centuries, people have been fascinated and intrigued by the infamous symbol of the "evil eye."  But what does it mean? Is evil eye jewelry evil? This ancient icon is thought to have the power to ward off evil spirits and protect those who possess it.

The evil eye symbol is found in many cultures around the world, including ancient Egypt, Greece, and Turkey, and is often depicted as a blue or green disc with a white and black iris. It can also be seen in the form of evil eye jewelry, such as bracelets, necklaces, and earrings.

But what exactly does the evil eye symbol mean, and how does it work?

In some cultures, it is believed that the evil eye is a curse placed upon someone by a jealous or envious person. The curse is said to bring bad luck, illness, or even death to the recipient. However, wearing or possessing an evil eye talisman is believed to protect against these negative energies and ward off the curse.

In other cultures, the evil eye is thought to be a representation of the natural balance of the universe. It is believed that people have the power to emit both positive and negative energies, and that the evil eye symbol serves as a reminder to maintain balance and positivity in one's own life.

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Opal Karma Ring

Regardless of the specific interpretation, the evil eye is a symbol of protection, strength, and positivity. The belief in the evil eye has been passed down through time and continues to be a significant part of many cultures around the world today.

Over the last few years, the evil eye jewelry has become a popular. We've incorporated this icon into our summer collection in several different pieces. We've paired it with turquoise in this necklace and this best selling evil eye earring style. You can also shop the evil eye in our vermeil opal ring and in this black leather earring style as well. 

Learn more about evil eyes and what inspired our summer collection here. 


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