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Evil Eye Beads (Orange)

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Evil eye beads, also known as Nazar beads, guard you from evil. If you have ever been to Turkey, you can easily get these outstanding ornaments every where. In Turkey, Evil Eye Beads are know as “Nazar Bonjuk”. In Turkish culture, they are known for bringing good-luck.

Evil Eye beads have become a prominent trend in the world of fashion. The birth place of Evil Eye beads is Turkey. When you travel to Turkey, you can find these great glass beads every where. These eye-looking beads were born in the ancient age to protect humanity from different spells. In Turkey, Evil Eye Beads are know as “Nazar Bonjuk”. In Turkish culture, they are known for bringing good-luck. In Turkey and other parts of the world, evil eye beads are used for superstition. You can get different types of evil eye beads but the blue glass eyes are more famous. If you look at the beads you can see an eye looking straight in your eyes.  

In Turkish culture “Nazar Bonjuk” or the Evil Eye Bead is famous and known among all. People love to hang these beads in their car; they give gifts to guests and hang them in the entrance of their home or office. These days, Evil eye beads are in use as jewelry and it comes in different shapes and sizes. The making of these beads are really unique and done carefully. Some evil eye beads are made using three thousand years old Mediterranean glass. The glass is melted in a furnace, and then skilled hands give shapes and size by bringing them to life.  In the famous shopping center know as The Covered Bazaar of Istanbul, you can get all types of glass evil eye beads. Any tourists that go there never forget to purchase these handsome ornaments. There is no religious significance of “Nazar Bonjuk” but people believe that these beads can bring luck.

No need to travel to Turkey when you can purchase your very own good luck charms and Evil Eye Beads from The Bead Chest today!

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