The Roman image of Fortuna shows her with the wheel in hand, her head blindly turned, diverting her eyes from controlling fate. It is from this portrayal that the term "blind luck" arose. Other cultures associated the eye with fate as well. In Greek mythology, the Graea were three sisters of fate who shared one eye and one tooth. They were born as old women and their names were Deino (dread), Enyo (horror) and Pemphredo (alarm).
This ring is hypoallergenic and nickel-free. Available in yellow, white or rose gold 14k finishing with multiple stone options- shown with Opal.
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