Jewelry & Accessories

5 Evil Eye Jewelry Designs

May 20, 2024

Fact is, belief in the evil eye is ancient and ubiquitous; it occurred in ancient Greece and Rome, in Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist and Hindu traditions, and in indigenous, peasant, and other folk societies, and it has persisted throughout the world into modern times. Given the current gross divisions we’re seeing in the world, we think it’s simultaneously a powerful symbol of protection and peace to wear on your ears, neck, wrist or finger.  —Noa Nichol

Melanie Auld

Although brand founder Melanie Auld seems to have let the cat out of the bag a tad bit early on this brand-new evil eye design, we can’t wait to snag this chartreuse beauty to add to our superstitious stack.

Leah Alexandra

Our fave homegrown jewelry designer and soon-to-be-mom Leah Alexandra has several gorgeous evil eye offerings in her collection, including rings, necklaces, bracelets and stud earrings.


Mejuri’s stunning turquoise evil eye ring reps a symbol that belongs to and represents a multitude of cultural traditions. “With a deep appreciation for her Jordanian roots, Mejuri CEO and founder Noura Sakkijha and our design team created an evil eye-inspired collection that invites everyone to wear this storied symbol of protection. It’s said to ward off envy and evil by bending it back on the bestower,” according to the brand. Handcrafted in 14k solid gold featuring a turquoise gemstone.


This sparkling tsavorite mystical evil eye pendant is set with a green tsavorite garnet, the stone of prosperity, within a glittering pave of diamonds. It is said that wearing a green tsavorite will enable you to fully see and understand your own beauty and that of others— shielding you from self-doubt or envy.

Collective Will

We spotted this stand-out evil eye necklace on our very own social media maven Vicki Duong and, although we can’t find it on the website at the moment, sources say it came from Vancouver’s best spot for discovering secondhand treasures and small, emerging brands and designers, Collective Will.


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