Sugar & Lola
This charm is named after the city of Delphi, Greece—which is also the resting place of Plutarch, a 6th century Grecian philosopher known for writing about the ‘seemingly inexplicable’ powers of the “evil eye” symbol. This iconic symbol first appeared on drinking vessels and has since become a quasi-universal symbol of protection. Whether or not you choose to believe in the powers of this charm is up to you, but regardless, this necklace will make a great addition to any collection with its vibrant colors and interesting history.
- Evil eye charm gold plated and enamel (measures 2/16" L and 2/16" at widest part)
- 2/16” thick
- 14k gold filled necklace 15"-17" adjustable