Bracelet Evil Eye:

The evil eye is a belief that has been present in various cultures for centuries. It is the belief that certain individuals have the power to cast a curse or bring misfortune to others simply by looking at them with envy or ill-intent.

The curse can be directed towards people, animals, or even objects. The belief is that the negative energy or malice sent by the person casting the curse can cause harm or bad luck to the recipient.

To protect against the evil eye, people have developed various talismans and amulets. The most common is the Nazar Boncugu, also known as the Blue Turkish Eye, which is a blue and white bead or charm that is believed to repel the curse.

While the belief in the evil eye may seem superstitious to some, it remains an important aspect of cultural traditions and practices for many people



The Mystic Eye (Greek Eye or Turkish Eye) is a powerful talisman that protects against the evil eye and envy. In Turkish it is called Nazar Boncuk.

The Turkish amulet that protects against evil eye and envy is very common in Turkey. You can find it all over Turkey: women wear it on bracelets, earrings, necklaces; Turks hang the amulet at home, office and also in the car and babies wear it too! The amulet must be blue and in the shape of an eye. There are various sizes but the shape is usually round.

But what is behind this Turkish superstition?

There was a rock in the sea that not even the strength of a hundred men and a lot of dynamite could be removed or cracked. There was also a man in this town who was known to have a lot of “evil eye” (Nazar). After many efforts, they brought the man to the rock. The man looked at the rock and said “My God! What a huge rock !” The instant he said this, there was a great noise and the rock cracked into two pieces.

The power of the evil eye (Nazar) is an extremely accepted and feared element in the daily life of the Turks. As an example of this superstition there is another story A woman gives birth to a healthy child with rosy cheeks and all the neighbors go to visit the baby. They give a lot of praise, especially commenting on how healthy he is. After a few weeks the baby gets sick. No explanation can be given for the illness. This is described as “Nazar”. Praise given to a specific part of the body can result in “Nazar”. This is why Turkish mothers put a fat-eye amulet on the children’s clothes. If this evil eye amulet is found cracked, it means that it worked and protected the child and immediately a new amulet is placed to replace it.

So the idea of the amulet is to protect everything from your home, to your office, to yourself or the people you love.

If you want to use it in your home you should hang it at the entrance of the house, so all visitors can see it. If you want to have one with you, the most common thing is to wear necklaces, bracelets, earrings in various shapes.

The Turkish believe that with the Turkish Eye amulet you will be protected, and all bad energies will be directed to the amulet and will not reach you.