Evil Eye Bracelets
Gold Evil Eye jewelry is currently not as common and diverse as the selection of sterling silver evil eye jewelry but as the demand for evil eye gold jewelry  increases, the selection seems to be getting larger by the day.  When you are searching for jewelry that emits class and elegant style, there is nothing like gold evil eye jewelry.  Evil Eye jewelry in gold is usually made in 14K. Gold's value is measured in Karats and most common type when it comes to jewelry is 14K as it is easier to work with and still holds a lot of value. There are gold evil eye jewelry sellers who claim to sell 24K gold which is almost definitely false as 24K gold is very soft and therefore hard to make detailed jewelry pieces with. 14K Gold Evil Eye jewelry is available in different forms but mainly as 14K gold evil eye charms and 14K gold evil eye bracelets.

Evil Eye Bracelet

14K Gold Evil Eye Charms

Evil Eye Bracelet

14K Gold Evil Eye Bracelets

What is the Evil Eye?

The evil eye is a belief that a person can harm you, your children,  or your belongings simply by looking at them with envy and praising them.  Jealousy, envy, or praise can inflict all kinds of misfortune. The penetrating look is believed to cause illness, injury, or death upon its intentional or unintentional target. Most common is the belief that the evil eye can cause things to whither away or dry up -- the loss of crops, drying up of milk in nursing mothers, impotency in men, illness among children, are all commonly attributed to the evil eye.

The belief of the evil eye has no religious boundaries as it coexists with almost every religion from Christianity to Islam. It is in fact mentioned in the Old Testament and a big part of the Jewish folklore as well. Throughout history , the evil eye has affected the lives of many and has shaped many cultures in their beliefs and behavior.

Today, belief in the evil eye is very much alive, especially so in Italy, Greece, Turkey, India, South America, and the Arab world. All these cultures have different names for the Evil Eye from "Mal Ojo" in Spanish to " Baskania " in Greek. Indians call it "Drishtidosham and the Arabs call it " Ayin Harsha" .

Regardless of the word they use to refer to it, one thing is for certain . While there are many who insist the evil eye is nothing more than good old-fashioned superstition, to the believers of the evil eye,  its powers are nothing to be taken lightly.


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