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From time immemorial, people, form gut feelings, we instantly become wary of strangers with greedy or mean eyes. <br /><br />

We know from experience, that effusive praises should be taken with a pinch of salt, for behind all the gushes, smiles and the adoring eyes, the person is probably itching to wring your necks or stab you from behind. <br /><br />

This bracelet was devised as an Evil Eye Protector, to guard the adornerfrom such not-so-well-meaning people with their necessarily evil eyes. <br /><br />

The Evil Eye Protector, or the Nazar Boncugu, which literally means the "evil eye bead", is actually a stone beaded bracelet, which is worn to protect oneself from evil looks.<br /><br />

The stones are 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. <br /><br />

The Evil Eye bracelet has the symbol of an eye worked upon each bead. 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. <br /><br />

It is believed that the Nazar Boncugu deflects the negative energy that is being directed towards a person onto itself, thus dispersing its powers. <br /><br />

The Nazar Boncugu is an age-old Anatolian belief was fortified upon these beads and which holds the real shielding power and absorbs the negative energy. <br /><br />

The evil eye bracelet is attached to anything and everything that, it is felt, will attract envy and greed. Thus, you will find someone lucky enough to get one of these placing the piece in front of their house or office, hanging it from the neck of their newborn child, or their farm animals and even on their newly acquired machinery. You will find that this piece is an insertion of desire for millions around the world.<br /><br />

What is more, there is no religious bar in the use of this piece. Thus, Jews, Christians and Muslims alike, can use this lucky charm. <br /><br />

This bracelet was hand crafted using primitive means, by highly skilled glass workers who are carrying on a 3000 year old craft. The bracelet can be worn obviously as a  bracelet, or linked to a chain to be worn as a necklace!<br /><br />