Sterling Silver Prosthetic Eye Two Hand Eye Pendant, made by Maggie of freedomjewelryusa.
This sterling silver handmade pendant has been sold and for example only. This piece is made to match my 2 hand ring. Measures: 1.75″ diameter and weighs 12 grams. 2 weeks to finish. Complex design, made to order. Chain is not included, for display purposes only.
Note: these are real antique prosthetic German glass eye; do not be fooled by acrylic and other imitations, guaranteed. Pictures of eye choice email for selection of preferred color. Blue, hazel tones & brown. Last picture shows example of blue-gray eye tone without etching. Either style of rim is available.
Please message for your options in eye color, style, finish. View my eyelid pendant as well.
The eyes chosen and pendant is outstanding in finish, weight and color. Disregard reflections. The pictures will show the pendant from front and back as the eye appears different from different angles and lighting. Clear bondo holds the eye in place for a lifetime of wear.
The eye is hand cut and set into this handmade pendant created with the lost wax jewelry casting and fabrication methods; each wax is used only once, therefore each piece is just a little different; the design is of two right hands reaching out in a Gesture of Peace holding this Great Eye of the Past and Awareness of the Future encircled with a heavy etched rim along with heavy bail and loop for optimum wear.
Also known as the “Evil Eye”; this pendant symbolizes many thoughts to each person that views this.
First and fore most is my desire to make these rings and provide a glimpse into my world of what I do.
I was lucky to purchase a small collection of antique prosthetic glass eyes from Germany and each one is a small work of art in the blown glass featured in each eye I set. History on these glass eye originates from Lauscha, a town in the district of Sonneberg, in Thuringia, Germany. They are archaeological and found recently, buried for 120 years! Produced from a doll manufacturing company, around 1870; specializing in glass marbles, porcelain dolls and prosthetic glass eyes; these were produced before and during the war, as a replacement for the human eye, very interesting, historical and I feel privileged to set these.
Any glare or blemishes shown on pictures is due to the close up lens I use to capture the detail in the eye. Each eye is set below the line of impact to ensure a lifetime of wear, my own personal guarantee.