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Sea Ear Pendant (Habita de Suerte)

Sea Ear Pendant (Habita de Suerte)

Regular price €56,35 EUR
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Processing time is 7 business days from the date of the order. For products based on the astrological chart the processing time is 10 business days.

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The shipping cost to European Union (EU) countries is 7 euros.

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Description of the Sea Ear Pendant (Lucky Bean)

Handmade pendant with a lucky sea ear.

Available in sterling silver or yellow or rose gold plated brass. 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.

  • Largo: 1 cm - 1.5 cm

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

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

About the Sea Ear Pendant (Lucky Bean)

When I posted the photo of the lucky beans, I realized that not only was it a symbol of childhood for me and my family, it also represented childhood for an entire invisible community that comes together every year on the beaches and he is filled with excitement to find this small amulet that the sea brings us. A community that remains united to previous generations through the memory of those mothers and grandmothers who decided to share their time teaching us how to build a legacy of happy memories.

For all this I wanted to make a simpler, cheaper version that does not require setting, for all those people who want to wear this amulet.

Names that the Little Sea Ear takes

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

  • Bolma rugosa (Scientific name)
  • Orejitas del mar (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)
  • Indian Bean (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 eyes
  • Little belly buttons
  • Elephant ear
  • Eyes of Venus - Eyes of Venus (Valencia)
  • Ollo Mao (Galicia)
  • Dried peaches
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