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Multiple ways to wear or use- Belief in the evil eye is virtually as old as spoken and written languages themselves. The classic belief is that a person's luck and fortune can be turned from good to quite the opposite by the gaze or 'evil eye' of a person said to possess it's powers. This belief has been depicted in writings and drawings of ancient peoples, including the Egyptians, Babylonians, Indians and Chinese, as well as native peoples living in the Western Hemisphere. Those believing in the power of the evil eye believe that its stare cannot only causes misfortune, but also illness and death. For this reason, babies and young children, as well as young women about to married are considered prime candidates for being inflicted with the "curse of the evil eye". One of the most classic charms against the evil eye is the "Nazar" or "blue eye" charm. These are often hung above infant cribs like a mobile toy to both attract the baby's attention as well as ward off evil.

Nazar Blue Eye Pin AntiEvil Eye Charm


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  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Blue
  • Secondary color: White
  • Materials: felt, cotton thread, metal pin
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 16 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4 people