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Marlyn Schiff Pave Evil Eye Beaded Bracelet

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This natural stone and metal beaded stretch bracelet features a pave evil eye bead design. Not only does this cute bracelet add some color and to your outfit but it has a deeper meaning as well. Wearing a piece of jewelry with the evil eye symbol both empowers and protects its wearer. It's designed wards of any evil spirits or bad luck that has been directed towards them. 

  • Marlyn Schiff Collection
  • Evil Eye Center Stone
  • Choice of Turquoise, Peacestone and Coco Jasper
  • 6-1/4 circumference
  • Fits a small to Average wrist
  • Base Metal
  • Gold-Tone
  • Nickle-Free
  • Gift Pouch

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Marlyn Schiff began her career in the early 1980's working for several major fashion houses in New York City.  After five years of serving as an account executive, Marlyn turned her focus to designing jewelry, her true passion.  In no time, her designs were in high demand.

In 1989, Marlyn Schiff LLC was established.  A few years later, in 1992, Marlyn chose to return to her roots, moving her company to the Philadelphia area, where it is currently based.

Marlyn's collection has always consisted of hundreds of styles, from semi-precious pieces to casted metals. On trend, Marlyn designs fashionable jewelry with unique and distinctive mix of textures, materials and stones. She is best known for her custom charm necklaces and mix and match bracelet stacks.  Whether she is traveling with family or collecting vintage finds, Marlyn draws inspiration from a multitude of inputs, which are reflected through all of her unique pieces.