$10 Off All Evil Eye Jewelry
Hello Evil Eye Fans!
We have a special offer just for you!
To thank you for your purchase of a Michal
Golan evil eye necklace or bracelet, we'd like to offer you $10
off ANY piece of evil eye jewelry! Use Coupon Code EE at checkout
to receive the discount.
have received wonderful feedback on the evil eye jewelry, especially
eye necklace that Melissa Gorga wore on Real Housewives of New
Jersey. Now we have very exciting news for you - Evil
eye rings are here!
Available in twelve designs, these evil eye rings from
the super talented artist, Michal Golan, are substantial and beautiful!
Who would have thought that we would be so happy to get the evil eye!
We know that you will love these absolutely stunning evil
eye jewelry has always been popular, but right now, they are HOT!
Evil Eye Rings
Are Available in 12 Styles
$10 off Coupon
Use Coupon Code EE to get $10 off any piece of evil eye jewely through
Thursday, 11/10/11. It is not too soon to be thinking ahead to the holidays.
With bracelets at $45, rings at $55, and evil eye necklaces starting
at $40, all of the evil eye pieces in Michal Golan's collection would
make an awesome gift!
Meaning of the Evil Eye
The belief in the evil eye dates back almost 3,000 years to ancient
Greece and Rome and is one of the strongest symbolic images in the world.
Wearing an evil eye as an amulet is believed to provide protection against
evil forces. The evil eye has symbolism in almost every country in the
world and in every religion such as Judaism, Islam, Hindu, Buddhism
We have some great information on the history of the evil eye in our
is the Evil Eye? Here's a brief excerpt from the article:
History and Meaning of the Evil Eye
The symbol and superstition of the evil eye is one of the strongest
symbolic images in the world. Yet, despite the differences in the
cultures which hold the evil eye myth, it retains largely the same
meaning no matter where the story is told. In its most basic form,
the evil eye is thought of as a look given to inflict harm, suffering,
or some form of bad luck on those that it is cast upon. It is a look
which clearly states that one intends for something bad to happen
to the object of one’s focus, either out of jealousy or pure
malice. The superstition of the evil eye holds that the malicious
look is powerful enough to bring about actual disaster for the unfortunate
person that is the receiver of the glare.
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