The Turkish people crafted the Nazar charm, also known as the "Eye of the Divine," as a protector against the malevolent gaze. Its purpose is to repel negative energies and spirits, serving as a symbol of protection. This charm became so integral that it found its place on almost everything, from pets to children, and it's common to wear or place them throughout the house. The deep blue color symbolizes "Truth," believed to be the force that shields us from "Evil."
As time passes, the charm may wear and crack – not a bad omen, but a sign that the beads have fulfilled their protective duty. Replacing a broken bead ensures the continued safeguarding of your surroundings. While we can't guarantee absolute protection from all ills, we can assure you that these charms will infuse your home or garden with colour and a touch of whimsy.