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1930's Enamel Evil Eye Screw Back Earring

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I enjoy reading about symbols and meanings that have been around since early ages. The Evil Eye Symbol is one that intruges me. An Evil Eye Symbol is worn to protect against the Evil Eye or ill intent of someone. It has been used in many religions. These particular Evil Eye Earrings are cleverly designed in a Flower Design in a 3/4" Circular Diameter. The Diameter of the Eye is approx. 3/8" with a Dark Navy Blue Inner Circle and a Light Blue Outer Circle. It has Black Enamel Triangular Points with Tiny Balls at the Tips. There is damage to the enamel in the middle of one of the eyes and some discoloration on the light blue enamel of the other eye. Please look at the Pics. The Earrings are made out of Solid Strong Metal. They are Screwback Earrings.

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1930's Enamel Evil Eye Screw Back Earring

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Closure: Screw back
  • Style: Edwardian
  • Materials: Enamel, Silvertone Metal
  • Feedback: 24 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4 people
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