Blue Evil Eye Glass Round Pendant Bead Artisan Handmade Turkish Nazar Protective Symbol Talisman Jewelry Design Home Decor - 70mm
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Offıce: Demirbaslar Ltd, Camlik mah, 497 sok, no:7, Didim, Aydin 09270, Turkey
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Bold blue handmade lampwork glass round evil eye pendant.
Quantity: 1 pc
Shape: evil eye
Size: approx. 70mm x 10mm (thick)
Hole: Approx. 4 - 5mm
Color: Transparent Navy Blue
Please note: As this are individually handmade, there may be a very slight difference in size and position of eye.
About the Turkish evil eye:
The Turkish Evil Eye Pendant or the Nazar Boncugu, which literally means the "evil eye bead", is actually a stone bead, which is worn to protect oneself from evil looks. The stone is an amalgamation of molten glass, iron, copper, water and salt. This particular combination of minerals and metals is believed to provide a shield from the forces of evil.
The Evil Eye pendant has the symbol of an eye worked upon it. The symbol of the eye is regarded as a potent amulet for protection against evil forces in almost every culture of the world like Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and Christian. Thus, in Turkey, you have an eye for an eye.
It is believed that the Nazar Boncugu deflects the negative energy that is being directed towards a person onto itself, thus dispersing its powers.
The Nazar Boncugu is blue in color and the age-old Anatolian belief is that it is actually the blue color of the stone, which holds the real shielding power and absorbs the negative energy..