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Lucky Bean Pendant (Sea Ear)

Lucky Bean Pendant (Sea Ear)

Regular price €79,35 EUR
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Description of the Lucky Bean (Sea Ear) Pendant

Handmade pendant with a lucky bean (sea ear).

In yellow or rose gold vermeil (gold-plated silver) or sterling silver. The chain is made of sterling silver and plated in yellow or rose gold.

The shell with which this jewel is made is unique, its size and shape may have small variations from that shown in the images.

This piece can be personalized by engraving initials, dates, or symbols. When placing the order, this information can be added in the comments.

  • Largo: 1 cm - 1.5 cm

In our catalog it is possible to find other jewelry or amulets designed with sea shells similar to the lucky bean pendant (sea ear):

If you want to know more about the history behind this jewel, you can find information on our blog Jewels with History.

About the Lucky Bean (Sea Ear) Pendant

This summer when I was in Cádiz I spent hours searching on the beach for the lucky beans that I always caught as a child with my grandmother. I knew it was difficult but if I found one I would make myself a pendant to be lucky during the year and to remember her. I only found a few broken pieces that were difficult to set.

At the return of summer, a person ordered me two pendants with some shells that he had caught on the beach. When he showed them to me I saw that they were lucky beans. I set two of them for him and he gave me another one to make a pendant for myself. I don't know if it was a coincidence, but my grandmother called them lucky beans for a reason

Names that the Lucky Bean takes

I wanted to bring together all the names by which you know this little piece of our childhood:

  • Bolma rugosa (Scientific name)
  • Little ears of the sea (Cádiz)
  • Lucky ears (Cádiz)
  • Opercula
  • Stones of Santa Lucia (Mallorca)
  • Ears of God
  • Ollos de Mar (Galicia)
  • Eye of Saint Lucy
  • Goat eye
  • Eye of Shiva (Canary Islands)
  • Habita de India (Rota)
  • vital eye
  • Cat eye (New Zealand)
  • Sea shells
  • Headache
  • Jaquequero (Almería)
  • Caracolas from Cala Conta (Ibiza)
  • Nineta (Menorca)
  • Llabriza and Orellón (Galicia)
  • Headache rock (Dénia)
  • Bull's eye
  • Little belly buttons
  • Elephant ear
  • Eyes of Venus - Eyes of Venus (Valencia)
  • Ollo Mao (Galicia)
  • Dried peaches
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