Lunula were popular with women and girls in Eastern and Slavic society to ward off the evil eye. While it may still be useful for that purpose, but it remains a woman’s charm for protection, good health and good fortune.
Originally a strong Roman women’s symbol, Lunula were carried north into the Slavic and Baltic lands of the Rus. ~11th – 12th C.
Bronze – 30 mm x 35 mm
Also available in Silver