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Antique Hand Carved Ivory Bone & 18k Yellow Gold by WilsonBrothers. $799.99, via Etsy.

Antique Hand Carved Ivory Bone & Yellow Gold Figa Fist Pendant / Good Luck Charm - looks a lot like this pendant stole someone's nose.

1910 CIRCA RARE & UNIQUE ANTIQUE AMULET CHARM AFRICAN BALANGANDAN METAL STERLIN | eBay

1910 circa rare & unique antique amulet charm african balangandan metal sterlin

1910 CIRCA RARE & UNIQUE ANTIQUE AMULET CHARM AFRICAN BALANGANDAN METAL STERLIN | eBay

The eye-in-hand is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the evil eye. Combining the imagery of Greek and Turkish blue all-seeing eye charms with the downward-facing Arab and Israeli hamsa hand, the eye-in-hand is a frequently encountered protective talisman in India and the southern Mediterranean region.

The Eye-In-Hand Amulet, called the hamsa hand, is used for magical protection from the evil eye.

Traditional 2-sided Cimaruta This talisman is also known as the Witches’ Charm. The word ‘cimaruta" means "a sprig of rue” and in olde times identified the wearer as a member of the Society of Diana, Queen of the Witches. This sterling silver talisman is created exclusively for Raven’s Loft using the lost-waxed jewelry crafting method and hand-finished. The cimaruta bears the following symbols.

The Crossroads Collection includes a variety of beautifully designed items that reflect the ancient symbolism of Pre-Christian European spirituality.

THE TROLL CROSS is, according to old Scandinavian folklore a powerful protection symbol efficient on both evil trolls and other similar beings that might be lurking in the woods. Iron and steel is feared by the trolls, and steel in a crosswise pattern is even more efficient. This pendant protects the bearer from evil, and this and similar symbolic designs has been widely used to protect both people, animals and buildings.

The troll cross amulet~ circle of iron crossed at the bottom (possibly in the shape of an odal rune), worn by early Scandinavian peoples as a protection against trolls and elves. Iron and crosses were both believed to ward off evil beings.

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