Collection: NO NAZAR

A nazar is an eye-shaped charm commonly found in the Middle East meant to ward away a superstitious curse called the Evil eye, believed to be cast by a malevolent, envious, or admiring gaze (depending on the culture), causing misfortune or injury (usually unintentionally) to the afflicted. The word "nazar" is derived from the Arabic "نظر", meaning "sight" or "seeing"; in this case it means "glare".