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Caged Red Evil Eye Bead

  • Bead

24k Silver plated with Gold Red Evil Eye Necklace, Protecting Amulet Necklace as Gift for her, Good Karma Necklace.

The evil eye necklace design is often said to symbolize protection and good karma in Turkish culture. 

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If there is a special piece YOU want to have, why wait for a gift? Most of our designs are perfect by themselves and sure to become a piece that will fit your wardrobe, your lifestyle, and your budget perfectly.


Raw material: Silver
Plating: 24K Pure Gold
Certified & Guaranteed Product
Domestic Production


  • Your orders are sent in a gift package.
  • You can extend the life and brightness of all silver jewelry products by keeping them away from substances such as perfume, soap, and bleach.

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