After the past year, we're pretty certain you'll agree that now more than ever, we all need a little something to welcome positive energy and boost good fortune. No more bad stuff, thank you very much.
Enter the universal symbol of protection; the ancient evil eye.
What is the evil eye? The 'evil eye' is believed to be a curse that happens when someone is envious of you, or wishing you harm. In turn, you receive an 'evil glare' from them, meaning bad luck will come your way. Well, not to fear, the traditional evil eye symbol is intended to reject and repel all negative energy and bad fortune.
Dating back as far as 3,000 B.C. in Ancient Greece and Rome, the talisman, known as 'nazars', have been passed down through centuries as symbols of protection. Traditionally taking the form of a royal blue and white eye, evil eye jewellery is especially prominent in the Mediterranean and West Asia; often spotted at market stalls across the Greek Islands, Portugal, Israel, Egypt and Turkey. This powerful pendant is often displayed on boats, car dashboards and at front doors as a message to ward off all things nasty.
Someone who doesn't take any chances when it comes to a lack of good luck and protection is The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle; often seen sporting evil eye jewellery, usually in the form of an evil eye necklace or delicate charm bracelet. Most notably, Meghan proudly wore our Visionary Charm Necklace back in April 2020 during a Zoom meeting regarding women in the workplace.
Since then, we've made sure to expand our Protection collection with a range of meaningful signet rings, evil eye necklaces and evil eye stud earrings designed to radiate positivity, ward off the bad vibes, and protect the soul and spirit from all things nasty. After all, it's 2021 and we're not taking any risks. We've got you covered.
Browse our evil eye jewellery here