Engraved Evil Eye Round Pocket Palm Stones in hand for size reference
multiple engraved stones displayed to show the differences in the stone types
close up of the  engraved details
side view to show the thickness
front and back side of the palm stones
palm stone next to a ruler for size reference
palm stone next to its crystal name
palm stone next to its crystal name

Engraved Evil Eye Round Pocket Worry Stones


Regular price$9.00

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Discover the protective power of our Engraved Evil Eye Round Pocket Worry Stones, perfect for carrying with you wherever you go. These versatile gemstones are great for stress relief, meditation, or adding a unique touch to your jewelry creations.

Why You'll Love It:

  • Protective Symbolism: Each crystal worry stone is engraved with the Evil Eye, a symbol believed to offer protection against negative energies and bring good luck.
  • Versatile Use: Ideal for keeping in your pocket, using in meditation spaces, gifting to someone special, or incorporating into your jewelry designs.
  • Smooth Finish: These worry stones, also known as palmstones, are polished to a smooth finish, making them perfect for relaxation and stress relief.

Product Details:

  • Measurements: Approx. 1.25-1.5"
  • Stock Photo: Each gemstone may vary slightly in size and characteristics due to being natural gemstones.

Available Gemstones:

  • Rose Quartz
  • Amethyst
  • Sodalite
  • Hematite
  • Red Jasper
  • Sunstone
  • Lepidolite
  • Black Obsidian
  • Green Aventurine

How to Use:

These worry stones or thumb stones can be carried in your pocket and rubbed for relaxation and stress relief. Holding the stone between your index finger and thumb, you can rub your thumb back and forth across the stone, which is believed to be a self-soothing exercise. The concept of worry stones dates back to ancient Greece, Tibet, and Ireland, and they were also popular with multiple Native American tribes.


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