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I wanted to share here  the symbolism behind some of the most popular charms we see in jewellery today.

The Evil Eye is one of the most enduring symbols of protection, worn for centuries providing a sense of security and protection to its wearer.

The evil eye, also known as ‘mati’  in Greek culture, is a curse thought to be given by a malicious glare that can cause bad luck or loss. You may have heard someone giving you the “evil eye” from across the room – and many people around the world believe this to be more then just a saying.

People can knowingly wish negative thoughts on you, but the power of the eye is that some people unknowingly and innocently cast the curse on others. That’s why it’s important to wear an evil eye somewhere on your body to ward off this curse and protect yourself throughout the day.

When a person wears or carries an evil eye with them, it guards against misfortune happening in life. The evil eye brings good luck and protects you from any ill-will that could otherwise have a negative effect on your well-being or your life in general.

In Turkey, and Greece, the Evil Eye has a deep cultural symbolism. The talisman is fixed to anything perceived to attract greed, envy, or ill-will to ward off the evil eye. Evil Eye trees can be seen in Cappadocia, blue glass shining against the sky.


Whilst traditionally an evil eye symbol is a sapphire or cobalt blue hue, evil eye charms in different colours hold different meaning. A green evil is is known to garner happiness, bring balance to your life and allow you the freedom to pursue new ideas.

So whether it’s a desire to feel more grounded, a need for protection and you just want to wear to bring a little extra good juju, the Evil Eye will continue to hold an important place in many cultures and hold the attention of our  imaginations for thousands of years to come.