Evil Eye Circle Hoops with Turquoise
*Alluring and sustainable, these evil eye circle hoops have come full circle.
Our evil eye circle hoops with turquoise inlay designs are a great way to add an extra pop of color to your wardrobe. these evil eye circle hoops with turquoise are crafted in 100% recycled Sterling Silver. Just like you, the gemstones and seashells we source are always the real deal--genuine and natural. Choose a color and meaning that best expresses your style:
- Turquoise: Balancing, healing
Available in both 925 Sterling Silver. Made with genuine stones and or seashells that are certified by the US Fish and Wildlife department.
- Nickel-free and lead-free
- Hypoallergenic and antimicrobial
- Boma 925 hallmark is located on the inner side of the hoop
- Code : LA 9161TQ
- Dimensions: approx. 1/8" depth x 1/2" width x 3/4" height
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925 Sterling Silver: All silver jewelry is made with certified 925 sterling silver that is nickel-free and lead-free.
14k Gold Vermeil (ver-may): All gold vermeil jewelry is 2 microns of gold over 925 sterling silver and is nickel-free and lead-free.
14k Gold Plated: All gold plated jewelry is a thin layer of gold over 925 sterling silver and is nickel-free and lead-free.
Brass: Vintage brass items are original production from the 90's and made with recycled brass. All brass earrings are made with 925 sterling silver earring posts.
At Boma, we believe that everyone deserves high-quality jewelry made from precious metals. That’s why everything we make starts with recycled 925 sterling silver. Not only do we love it for its durability and beauty, but our proprietary alloy is certified nickel and lead free, meaning it is safe to wear all-day, every day. Look for the “b925” or “925” hallmarks.
Boma guarantees everything we make--for life. Register your jewelry with us and if it breaks, we will recycle and replace it or fix it.
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Evil Eye Circle Hoops with Turquoise
What is your return and exchange policy?
We will gladly accept returns and exchanges of web orders made through www.bomajewelry.com on an item that is in original condition within 30 days of purchase, no questions asked.
How do you process returns?
To make a return or exchange request, please email our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
+ Standard Standard (USPS) Ships in 5-7 days | Free for orders $50+
+ Standard Standard (USPS) Ships in 5-7 days | $5 for orders under $50
+ 2nd Day (UPS) Ships in 2 days | $20
+ Next Business Day Air Ships next business day | $45
Family-owned since 1981
For us, it’s always been about people. We are a family business, launched 40 years ago, that employs people we treat like family—some whom have been with us for our whole existence. Weʼre still in the business to do the greatest good, by the most people. That means the highest quality, most affordable goods for our customers.
We believe that who makes your stuff matters. Boma is a vertical company that makes our own products to ensure that they are made with the best quality and best practices. This includes providing the following for all of our workers: living wages, sustainable careers, employee-lead credit union, 90 days paid maternity leave, education scholarships and wellness programs.
Boma Girl Fund
The Boma Girl Fund was created in 2016 to formally donate funds to programs created specifically for the workers and families and communities of the artisans and craftspeople who make our jewelry each day. Originally it was intended as a fund exclusively for girls and women but has grown to be inclusive of all children, spouses and extended family members.
AAPI & Women-Owned,
Boma Jewelry's CEO is a second generation owner. Boma was originally founded by Boon and Chieko Chaya in Seattle, Washington in 1981. Today Boma is a proud Social-Purpose Corporation which means that in addition to being B Corp certified, we are legally required to consider social and environmental issues into our everyday decision making.