Meghan Markle wore bracelets with evil eyes and gods hands for ‘protection’
Meghan Markle has worn beautiful jewelry over the years, from diamond tiaras to Princess Diana’s most precious pieces. But she’s also firmly established herself as a fan of delicate gold pieces that she likes to layer. Many coin designs are full of symbolism, here are some of his favorite items that are full of meaning.
Open Heart Signet Ring
Meghan wore a Missoma brand signet ring in October 2018 when she spent the day in the country of Sussex for her and Prince Harry’s first joint official visit to their duchy.
Complementing her dark green blouse and leather skirt, Meghan wore the 18k gold vermeil signet ring.
The design is said to be “distinctive” and features “a symbol representing emotions of love, passion and friendship”. It also has a “remarkable white zirconia gemstone which is known to bring wealth and luck to the wearer”.
The ring was originally priced at £94.31 or $115 but is currently on sale for £33.62 or $41.
Kimset by Milka’s Hamsa ring is a favorite of the Duchess, who has worn it many times over the years.
The 14k roslow gold ring “features an ancient amulet symbolizing the hand of God, as well as an iconic evil eye” and is called “the embodiment of protection”.
The brand hopes the ring, which is a “protective sign”, will “bring you happiness, luck, health and good fortune”. It’s available to buy for £304.
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Evil Eye Bracelet
Another popular jewelry choice for Meghan is her evil eye bracelet from Alemdara, which she has worn five times according to royal fashion bloggers.
The Didem Evil Eye bracelet in yellow gold and turquoise is handcrafted from 18k gold and features “a turquoise enamel evil eye on a delicate yellow gold chain”. It is said to be “equally enchanting when worn alone” or with other jewelry.
As for what an evil eye symbolizes, it is a “sacred symbol used for centuries as protection against negative spirits in Mediterranean culture”.
“Legend has it that the evil eye functions as a shield against envy, sending all evil back where it came from and protecting its owner from any harmful spirits,” the brand explained. The strap is still available to buy for £315.
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Protective Eye Bracelet
One item Meghan has only worn once so far is Mateo’s Eye of Protection 14k gold, enamel and diamond bracelet, which sells for £1,210.
She chose this bracelet for her appearance at the New York Times’ DealBook Online Summit in November 2021.
The chain features an evil eye charm – “a talisman believed to ward off negative energy”. It is “illuminated with sparkling diamonds” which makes the charm stand out on the wrist.
Another item Meghan has from Alemdara is the Altan Hand of Hamsa necklace in 18k yellow gold.
The piece is handcrafted and features “a pavé-set white diamond hamsa hand and a mini turquoise enamel evil eye on a delicate yellow gold chain.” It is priced at £475 and Meghan has worn it four times so far.
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Visionary charm necklace
“Inspired by vintage coins found in Asia, these modern talismans carry icons of good fortune,” says the brand, Edge of Ember.
The Visionary necklace features an “evil eye in blue topaz to protect its wearer from negative vibes” and Meghan was spotted wearing it in March 2020 during a social media video. It is priced at £145.
Kismet Charm Necklace
Also from the same brand, Meghan’s Kismet Charm necklace features a “four-leaf clover, a symbol of the unique and the extraordinary.” If associated with the “number seven”, it is said to bring even more luck to the wearer.
Meghan was spotted wearing the necklace, which retails for £125, in March 2020 when she appeared at a school in Dagenham for a special assembly ahead of International Women’s Day.
Sophie Lis’ Love pendant, priced at £280, is a popular choice for Meghan. The 22 carat gold vermail necklace is inspired by an excerpt from the poem “Le Chant Eternel” by the 19th century French poet Rosemonde Gérard: “For, do you see, each day I love you more, Today more than yesterday and much less than tomorrow. When translated, means: “For, you see, each day I love you more, today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.”
The pendant symbolizes eternal love and reflects the poem with plus and minus symbols in diamonds and rubies.
Meghan has worn this necklace three times in 2020 and then in April 2022 when she appeared in The Hague for the start of the Invictus Games.