Yes, there is such a thing as an eye globe – your eyeballs are it. In Latin, the eyeball is called bulbus oculi) or eye bulb, as the presence of the cornea makes it look more like a bulb in cross-section.
The eyes are pretty – as long as you don't take them out of the head:
If you take the eyeball out of the head, like fish out of water, it doesn't look much attractive so don't expect to see eye globes displayed in public parks – but we did find this:
However, without the eye globe, one will not be able to enjoy the beauty of the world – and the beautiful world globes that adorn our Ultimate Globes collection, particularly the Gemstone Globes that shimmer and shine in the beauty of Earth's own materials.
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That last one is the Replogle Lapis Compass Jewel Gemstone Globe 13-inch Tabletop
Other Than Blue
Yes, blue eyes are beautiful and blue gemstone globes are equally attractive, but there are other colors of eyes and there are equally attractive gemstone globes in colors other than blue:
Violet, like the eyes of Elizabeth Taylor ...
|Amethyst Gemstone Globe Commander Gold Stand|
Turquoise like the beach waters of the Bahamas ...
True black is a very rare eye color, but it is said Prince Caspian actor Ben Barne's eyes are very close to black.
|Black Opalite Gemstone Globe Commander Gold Stand|
Amber eyes are exotic.
|Copper Amber Gemstone Globe Commander Gold Stand|
Green is not a common color for globes, neither is red, but green and red gemstone globes do exist. However, while green eyes are beautiful, don't expect red eyes in a healthy human.
|Malachite Gemstone Globe|
|Red Lapis Gemstone Globe|