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Black Cord Bracelet Mens Black String Bracelet Black Anklet Black Bracelet Nazar Evil Eye Bracelet Black Thread Bracelet Protection Amulet

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: linhasita, polyester, wax, waxed cord, cord, vegan, eco friendly
  • Favorited by: 17 people
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ItsTequilaSunrise
in Daytona Beach, Florida

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▼ The BLACK THREAD

The color black represents strength, seriousness, power, and authority, protecting from Evil Eye and negative forces for those of us who believe.

Tie-on (or sterling silver clasp) Black String Bracelet | Anklet

▼INCLUDED

2 (two) Tie-on Black Wax Cord Strings Bracelet or Anklet | unisex (upgrade to sterling silver clasp available)

How tying a black thread on your wrist/ankle can protect you from evil things?

You must have seen many people wearing black thread on various parts of their body. It is not any other fashion statement, but instead considered as a sacred way of preventing bad things from taking place in our life. It is a common practice in Hindu culture to wear this sacred thread on body parts such as ankles, waist, stomach and wrists.

A Black thread denotes protection. Tying a black thread is done to ward away negative forces and malevolent spirits commonly known as the evil eye. It's usually tied around wrists, ankles, and the waist of young children (under 5 years old)

Since ancient times people have feared the evil eye. When children fall sick for no apparent reason, when things suddenly start to go wrong, when numerous obstacles appear after initial success, people say, the evil eye has struck. In local languages it is known as nazar or drishti. This idea is found in almost every corner of the world. Ancient Irish legends speak of the evil eye of Balor, the one-eyed giant which inspired the concept of the Eye of Sauron in Tolkien’s Lord Of The Rings. There may be slight variations. Instead of the evil eye, people may use terms like ‘curse’ or ‘hex’. But fundamentally, it is havoc stemming from a neighbour’s envy.

The best way to understand the concept of evil eye, is to accept the idea of auras. Every human being has an aura around them. This is known as the subtle body. It is a kind of energy shield emerging from our physical and mental health status. A beautiful or healthy object has positive aura, which is why looking upon them makes us happy; they energize us. An ugly or unhealthy object has negative aura, which is why looking upon them makes us unhappy; they sap us of energy. It is possible to draw energy from positive aura objects and lose energy to negative aura objects. Exposure to positive aura objects makes us feel empowered and excited. Exposure to negative aura objects makes us feel drained and tired and sick. Evil eye can then be the force that causes us to lose our aura, feel drained and disempowered.

Ancient Egyptians believed that the “Eye of Horus” protected oneself from the evil eye. Ancient Romans used phallic images to keep away bad luck. In modern day Turkey, the blue ‘Nazar’ amulet is sold in every market. Now they have become popular in India too. In many Arab countries one finds the hand of Fatima or Khamsa or Hamsa, which is a palm-shaped amulet to ward away the evil eye. Many Muslims believe that saying ‘Mashallah,’ or ‘God wills it’ creates a protective shield from evil eye. The apparently modern idea of ‘keeping fingers crossed’ has its origin in using the crucifix to keep away evil and ensure success.

People believed, and still believe, that some people possess the evil eye. Their glance or gaze results in loss of energy. They spread negativity wherever they go. They feed on other people’s energy. The concept of witch and vampire has its origins in this idea. Then there are people who grant energy copiously; these are the saints and the gods and the holy men, even performers and film stars, who attract vast crowds.

Anyone can possess the evil eye transiently. This follows envy, or even adoration, of something pretty or beautiful, like a child, who is most susceptible to nazar. Inadvertently, even a mother’s gaze, can drain the child of positive aura resulting in sickness. To protect the child from this, people use various kinds of talismans. The most common one is the nazar ka tika, or black dot put prominently on the child’s face. Other practices include bathing with rock salt or tying a black thread to the right arm or ankle.

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▼MATERIALS

0.5mm Wax cord | EXTRA THIN

•Wax cord 100% polyester is a durable cord, this cord will not stretch, break or fade easily. It is waterproof for your convenience, and it does not stain skin.
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▼LENGTH


12" inches - S-M size wrist or small ankle
18" inches - L-XL wrist or anklet
Sterling Silver clasp? Leave us a note at checkout with your wrist size: 6", 6.5", 7", 7.5", 8", 8.5" 9" all in inches.

Need another length? Leave us a note, we will be happy to customize it for you!
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VISIT OUR NEW SHOP HERE: https://etsy.me/2QkfAGc
ENJOY OUR GRAND OPENING SALE AND SEE OUR NEW ARRIVALS!

▼ The BLACK THREAD

The color black represents strength, seriousness, power, and authority, protecting from Evil Eye and negative forces for those of us who believe.

Tie-on (or sterling silver clasp) Black String Bracelet | Anklet

▼INCLUDED

2 (two) Tie-on Black Wax Cord Strings Bracelet or Anklet | unisex (upgrade to sterling silver clasp available)

How tying a black thread on your wrist/ankle can protect you from evil things?

You must have seen many people wearing black thread on various parts of their body. It is not any other fashion statement, but instead considered as a sacred way of preventing bad things from taking place in our life. It is a common practice in Hindu culture to wear this sacred thread on body parts such as ankles, waist, stomach and wrists.

A Black thread denotes protection. Tying a black thread is done to ward away negative forces and malevolent spirits commonly known as the evil eye. It's usually tied around wrists, ankles, and the waist of young children (under 5 years old)

Since ancient times people have feared the evil eye. When children fall sick for no apparent reason, when things suddenly start to go wrong, when numerous obstacles appear after initial success, people say, the evil eye has struck. In local languages it is known as nazar or drishti. This idea is found in almost every corner of the world. Ancient Irish legends speak of the evil eye of Balor, the one-eyed giant which inspired the concept of the Eye of Sauron in Tolkien’s Lord Of The Rings. There may be slight variations. Instead of the evil eye, people may use terms like ‘curse’ or ‘hex’. But fundamentally, it is havoc stemming from a neighbour’s envy.

The best way to understand the concept of evil eye, is to accept the idea of auras. Every human being has an aura around them. This is known as the subtle body. It is a kind of energy shield emerging from our physical and mental health status. A beautiful or healthy object has positive aura, which is why looking upon them makes us happy; they energize us. An ugly or unhealthy object has negative aura, which is why looking upon them makes us unhappy; they sap us of energy. It is possible to draw energy from positive aura objects and lose energy to negative aura objects. Exposure to positive aura objects makes us feel empowered and excited. Exposure to negative aura objects makes us feel drained and tired and sick. Evil eye can then be the force that causes us to lose our aura, feel drained and disempowered.

Ancient Egyptians believed that the “Eye of Horus” protected oneself from the evil eye. Ancient Romans used phallic images to keep away bad luck. In modern day Turkey, the blue ‘Nazar’ amulet is sold in every market. Now they have become popular in India too. In many Arab countries one finds the hand of Fatima or Khamsa or Hamsa, which is a palm-shaped amulet to ward away the evil eye. Many Muslims believe that saying ‘Mashallah,’ or ‘God wills it’ creates a protective shield from evil eye. The apparently modern idea of ‘keeping fingers crossed’ has its origin in using the crucifix to keep away evil and ensure success.

People believed, and still believe, that some people possess the evil eye. Their glance or gaze results in loss of energy. They spread negativity wherever they go. They feed on other people’s energy. The concept of witch and vampire has its origins in this idea. Then there are people who grant energy copiously; these are the saints and the gods and the holy men, even performers and film stars, who attract vast crowds.

Anyone can possess the evil eye transiently. This follows envy, or even adoration, of something pretty or beautiful, like a child, who is most susceptible to nazar. Inadvertently, even a mother’s gaze, can drain the child of positive aura resulting in sickness. To protect the child from this, people use various kinds of talismans. The most common one is the nazar ka tika, or black dot put prominently on the child’s face. Other practices include bathing with rock salt or tying a black thread to the right arm or ankle.

............................................................................................................................
▼ Scroll down for C O U P O N S, FAQ's, and policies!

▼ Shop more: https://etsy.me/2QkfAGc
............................................................................................................................

▼MATERIALS

0.5mm Wax cord | EXTRA THIN

•Wax cord 100% polyester is a durable cord, this cord will not stretch, break or fade easily. It is waterproof for your convenience, and it does not stain skin.
............................................................................................................................

▼LENGTH


12" inches - S-M size wrist or small ankle
18" inches - L-XL wrist or anklet
Sterling Silver clasp? Leave us a note at checkout with your wrist size: 6", 6.5", 7", 7.5", 8", 8.5" 9" all in inches.

Need another length? Leave us a note, we will be happy to customize it for you!
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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

FAQs

Beautifully handmade pieces take time to create. Each order is handcrafted with love! We will create and ship your order out to you within 1-3 business days, don't forget to add shipping/delivery times.

Most of our items are ready-to-ship, and will ship immediately! Bonus, right?

Every purchase is processed in the order it is received. If you need your order rushed, please make sure to select an expedited form of shipping. We offer Priority and Express mail upgrades at checkout.

Shipping times could possibly change during holiday season and heavy demand, please contact us immediately if your order is time sensitive.
We ship via USPS · United States Postal Service

Insurance, Priority Mail, & Express Mail available at checkout

Quoted USPS shipping times are an estimate, and are not guaranteed

• US Standard First Class Mail | 2 to 5 days
• US Priority Mail | 2-3 days
• US Express Mail | 1-2 days
• First Class International | Approx 1-4 weeks
• Priority Mail International | 6-10 days
• Express Mail International | 3-5 days

USPS is typically reliable except during holiday season or other times of heavy demand, when delivery times can slip drastically.

Some very rural areas may take a day more.

Weather conditions or other circumstances in your area could possibly alter that time frame.
• We strongly suggest to double check your address before and after placing an order. Made an error? Contact us immediately!

• Addresses may not be changed once an order has been shipped!

• Packages that are lost in shipment due to an incorrect address will be buyer’s responsibility and will not be refunded.

• Packages that are returned based on incorrect or undeliverable address will be shipped back out once buyer pays reshipment fee.
Once a package leaves our hands it is completely out of our control. You can visit USPS.com or call them at 1 (800) 275-8777 with your tracking info

• LOST PACKAGES | If your order hasn't arrived within the estimated time frame, feel free to contact us, we will try our best to help you.

• DELAYED PACKAGES | If your package appears to not have checked in on USPS tracking system for some time, it is likely it's still on its way. It can be the result of a delay or missed scan on its route. If tracking has stopped completely, or your item says delivered but has not been, please contact USPS directly.

• INTERNATIONAL | Please be advised that there will be no tracking information for First Class packages since USPS does not offer it.
• We do offer the option for you to add shipping insurance to your order at checkout. This is for domestic standard shipping only.

• All domestic packages include tracking numbers. If somehow your package appears to be lost we cannot replace it unless you purchased insurance at checkout in the original order. You can always contact us and we will do our best to find a solution.

• We do NOT refund international packages marked as delivered. This is because we ultimately have no control over tracing the post once packages leave the US. If your international package seems to be lost please do contact us, we will be happy to assist.
Provided that you contact us within 7 days of receiving the item, we would be able to provide refunds for unworn jewelry pieces.

• Personalized/custom pieces unfortunately cannot be refunded.

• Sale items are non refundable.

• Earrings and Silk products are non refundable.

• There will be a 15% restocking fee on all metal chains & gemstone bracelets.

• Made to order necklaces are subject to a 10% restocking fee.

• Contact us prior to a return, Do NOT just send it back, we can refuse your package.

• Shipping charges are non-refundable. Buyer is responsible for the return shipment. If your returned item gets lost in transit, we will NOT be responsible, insure and/or purchase tracking.
If you did not order the correct length, we have two options.

• If you're looking for the perfect fit, you can send it back to us and we will adjust it for you here in the studio. Please do measure so we can get it correctly.

There will be a $5.00 repair fee to adjust length as we will have to create the piece again from scratch.

• METAL CHAINS: Too Short? You can purchase a removable extender chain. Send us a message!

EXCHANGES: FOR A DIFFERENT ITEM

• We accept unworn/unpersonalized exchanges on orders within 14 days of when your package was delivered. Standard shipping rates apply

• Exchanges are not accepted beyond 7 days (14 for international buyers) of when the item is marked "delivered".
Customs fees, duties, VATs, and/or import taxes may apply to orders shipping internationally. If you have concerns about this, please find out your countries rules and regulations prior to purchase.

These fees are NEVER included in the purchase price, and are entirely the responsibility of the buyer. We will NOT reimburse for the payment of any customs fees, duties, VATs, and/or import taxes.

If these are assessed, be advised that postal services will not release orders for delivery until payment is remitted.
VAT | value-added tax. It's a tax based on the consumption of goods and services that are commonly found in the EU and select other regions of the world.

Once your package reaches UK, you will be assessed a VAT fee (including a Royal Mail handling fee) for purchases valued at more than £15 most of the time this VAT will be 20% off the purchase price.

The VAT is NOT included as part of your purchase price. Customer is ENTIRELY responsible for all custom fees, import duties, and taxes should these be imposed. If you have concerns about this, please find out your countries rules and regulations prior to purchase.
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There is nothing we want more than a happy customer and we take customer service very seriously!

We want you to love our creations, if you're not 100% satisfied with your purchase, please contact us before leaving any poor or negative feedback. We will gladly work with you to reach a solution.

Solutions may include returns, exchanges or modifications.

Accidents and mistakes can happen to either sellers or buyers, whatever the situation is we encourage you to reach out, we very responsive via message and will help you find a solution!

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