No jewelry in the Victorian era was as rich with symbolism as The Lover's Eye. Some were sent to provide a symbolic part of the giver to their beloved. Other pieces were delivered as a sign that the recipient “had the eye” of a secret admirer. Yet others wore the pieces as a sign of loyalty and accountability, holding themselves to behave at all moments (and through all temptations) as though a distant love espied their every action. We invite you to gift or wear one of these alluring ornaments in the modern era to strengthen a bond between two souls, show that a new flame has your eye, or simply to create a new mystery of your own making. 1" wide by .5" tall. 2 pin backs with rubber stoppers. Made in United States of America. Comes in a black paper box.
About the maker: Seance’s founder began making perfumes long ago after becoming obsessed with the power of an aroma. Truly, the right scent can paint a picture, evoke a strong emotion, or transport someone to a certain place and moment in time.
From an early age, our founder learned she had the gift of intuition. Dedicated to harnessing this mysterious and intriguing ability, she honed her senses through extensive classes and research. Over time, she worked to help others develop these same faculties, hoping that they too would journey ever deeper into the vast expansiveness of what we have yet to explain.
Seance is built on this fascination with the paranormal and metaphysical. As human beings, we each strive to walk the fine line between what is scientifically rational and that which is emotional. Though technology advances and the world grows smaller each day, life offers each of us the same challenge: to find a place for those things that may only be felt.
And so it was in the Victorian era, a time which gives us inspiration and a sense of connection. Men and women of those bygone days were very open to the world of spirits, using mourning practices and incorporating other rituals into their daily lives. Chief among these, of course, was the seance. Through the help of a medium or by joining hands over a Ouija board, it was common for Victorians to experience a presence and emerge with a story of their own.