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Evil eye gets even more precious..new designs on JEYLA

Evil Eye Bracelet from JEYLA the evil eye store

Evil eye beads combined with semi-precious stones can create the most beautiful jewelry. The ability of the evil eye to establish itself from different styles of beads without taking over the entire jewelry piece enables JEYLA the evil eye jewelry store to create evil eye jewelry that is truly unique and eyecatching.

Evil eye jewelry pieces like the one pictured here can be found in www.jeyla.com ‘s exclusive evil eye jewelry section that now features over a hundred unique pieces of evil eye bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. More designs are being added daily so visit often to see what’s new.

All New Jeyla Jewelry Exclusives

The start of the new year brings a brand new line of Jeyla Exclusive items. Jeyla’s exclusive collection takes a simple evil eye bead and turns it into a truly unique and spectacular piece of jewelry. The collection  features over 20 new evil eye bracelets, 15 new pairs of evil eye earrings  and 15 new evil eye necklaces. 

The evil eye earring category has grown considerably with this new addition. The large selection of evil eye beads in all sizes and colors have been paired with the perfect complimentary bead to make each design breathtaking.  There is truly something for everyone in this year’s selections.

As with their collection in the past all the pieces can be customized. Matching items can be made and sizes can be adjusted.  They expect to have the collection released by mid February so make sure you check it out.

Custom Evil Eye Beadwork

Custom made evil eye jewelry

Evil Eye beads can be used to create a wide variety of evil eye jewelry and at times one creation can lead to another.

The pictured set is a perfect example of the chain reaction that can come with evil eye bead creativity. The evil eye bracelet as well as the earrings were designed and created for a customer who loved a necklace featured in JEYLA Jewelry @ www.jeyla.com and wished there was matching pieces to it. It is the season of wishes coming true and JEYLA delivers once again by creating a necklace and earring set to go with this necklace.

This not only makes a very happy customer but also creates yet another exclusive Jeyla evil eye jewelry piece for the followers of this evil eye website as well as several blogs they sponsor such as this one. Take a look at the website to get ideas of your own or have JEYLA Jewelry bring your ideas to life…

Show us your Evil Eye

Evil Eye Charm

EvilEyeBeads.net is currently looking for various artists to feature on their website. If you are interested in beadwork and create your own evil eye pieces, we would love to hear from you and feature your work on our website.

Custom beadwork as well as unique pieces of evil eye jewelry is what evileyebeads.net was really designed to feature and share so email us and let us share your work or even promote your small business online!

Even if you are using existing evil eye beads to create a unique piece of jewelry, we would like others to see your work to get ideas of their own and get their creative juices flowing.

Are you looking to sell your creations? We can help… contact us today to find out more

Evil Eye Beads – The Story behind the Art

Glass Evil Eye

Evil eye beads are artistic glass beads with what looks like an eye painted on them. These are beads used to ward off the malice and curse that comes when someone shots an evil eye. Evil eye beads are very popular in Turkey, where the creation of such beads is considered an art. The beads are also popular in several other places where the concept of the evil eye is commonly believed in and where wearing evil eye jewelry is common to protect the wearer from misfortunes. 

Evil eye beads come in many different variations. They come in various sizes, shapes, and colors. They are often made of glass, but in some cases, other materials are also used. The most common evil eye beads are color blue, green, or turquoise, though in ancient traditional belief in the evil eye, the color of the protective charm is blue. This is related to the blue color of fresh and cool water, which is not abundant and is therefore very precious to the culture of Italy,Greece and Turkey. 

You will, however, also see a lot of red evil eye beads. These beads are more commonly used by the Jewish believers of the evil eye because for the Jewish religion, red is considered the color of good luck and good fortune. But in modern times and as evil eye jewelry further develops, evil eye beads in various colors started appearing, and most colors are used for fashion and aesthetics purposes.

The use of the evil eye beads can be traced back to the Mediterranean and the Middle East, where the concept of the evil eye is most common and is strongest. There, the evil eye bead is called the nazar boncuk charm. The idea is that the eye stares right back at the world to keep evil spirits at bay and to protect the wearer. The eye beads are very common especially in Turkey where almost every house, every car, and every building is decorated with the evil eye. Men, women, and children usually have them on their person in some way. And parents make sure that evil eye beads are also pinned to the garments their babies wear since babies are known to be extremely vulnerable to unintentional curses brought by the evil eye.

Evil eye beads can be used in different ways. More often than not, they are strung together to make bracelets or necklaces, or they are used as the main fixture in a bracelet or a necklace. Due to the widespread use of the beads, they are often known as ordinary good luck charms. However, the evil eye bead is not an ordinary charm that wards off good luck. The concept behind it is actually founded on decades of culture and tradition.

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