Evil Eye Properties & Meaning
The evil eye, also known as nazar, has been a part of many cultures around the world for almost 3000 years. It was first linked back to Ancient Greeks and Romans. In Greek culture, giving someone the “evil eye” is known as “mati”, which can translate to a type of curse or hex given to someone through a spiteful or evil stare intended to give them bad luck. The purpose of wearing or carrying an evil eye symbol is to protect the wearer from any variations of evil that was directed at them. One of the most popular evil eye amulets is the hamsa, which is an open hand symbol with an eye on the palm. This hand is known as God’s Hand. Although you can find evil eyes in many other colors, the most known evil eye amulet is the dark blue one as it is a fate and karma protector, all while facilitating communication and relaxation.
Product Description: One Evil Eye Round Keychain.
Average Dimension: 4 cm Length x 4 cm Width x 0.7 cm Height.
Average Weight: 18 grams.
*Upon retail purchase: You will receive ONE KEYCHAIN similar to the one in the pictures with almost identical dimensions to the ones mentioned above. Please note that because each gemstone is unique and natural there might be slight differences from the ones in the pictures. However, please rest assured that the quality and authenticity will remain the same. All measurements are approximations. Authenticity & quality are 100% guaranteed.
Product Description: The price is by piece (please note that wholesale prices are hidden and are only revealed to our official distributors).
*Wholesale Purchase: The price is by piece and you will receive ONE KEYCHAIN per every quantity you add. In order to be able to see wholesale prices you will need to apply to become an official distributor.