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Parvaneh Jewelry is inspired by many traditional symbols and beliefs from different cultures in the world including Persian, Arab, Turkish, Indian, Israeli, Chinese, Egyptian, Australian, and North African countries. The evil eye symbol is suppose to protect us from the evil spirits and keep us safe.

This jewelry has a deeper meaning and represents unity and hope for diversity in the world.

Some proceeds from this jewelry go to Children’s Hope International Literacy and Development or C.H.I.L.D. , an organization that strives to transform the lives of children around the world suffering from poverty, hunger, poor education, sickness, and neglect, into lives of hope and possibilities.

For more information about C.H.I.L.D. go to http://www.child-international.org/

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About


Parvaneh Jewelry is inspired by many traditional symbols and beliefs from different cultures in the world including Persian, Arab, Turkish, Indian, Israeli, Chinese, Egyptian, Australian, and North African countries. The evil eye symbol is suppose to protect us from the evil spirits and keep us safe.

This jewelry has a deeper meaning and represents unity and hope for diversity in the world.

Some proceeds from this jewelry go to Children’s Hope International Literacy and Development or C.H.I.L.D. , an organization that strives to transform the lives of children around the world suffering from poverty, hunger, poor education, sickness, and neglect, into lives of hope and possibilities.

For more information about C.H.I.L.D. go to http://www.child-international.org/

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