2 Piece Evil Eye Glass Wall Hanging with Metal Triple Figure, Turkish Glass Nazar Charm, Hanging Decoration Ornament, Gift for House Warming
Set consist of 2 pieces of identical handmade, round, blue evil eye glass and triple metal figures(elephant, hand(hamsa), fish.
Turkish evil eye charm is known for its protective property and used back to ancient Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome through to the Bible, Medieval Europe. Blue Evil Eye/Lucky Eye Charm brings the owner of the talisman wealthiness, health and protection from bad eyes and thought.
Beautiful and unique way to share your good wishes! Perfect wall decor for all home/garden/office decor styles and also great gift idea for a newborn baby gift, housewarming gift, mothers day gift as an office gift.
Shipping Info: We ship the item within 2-3 days. Will be delivered to US and Canada in 5-7 business days, to Europe in 3-5 business days by UPS. Our refund policy lasts 30 days!
Triple Elephant Version:
Each Charm Dimensions: Round Glass Lucky Eyes Diameter: 2.2 in (5.5 cm), Each Elephant Charm Length x Width: 2 in x2.4 in (5 cmx6 cm), Total Length Including Round Glass&Triple Charms Length: 10.2 in (26 cm), Weight: 0.21 lb (87 gr)
The symbolic meaning of “Elephant” is mainly strength, honor, stability among other attributes. According to Hindu belief, the elephant is found in the form of Ganesha who is the god of luck, fortune, protection.
Triple Hand(Hamsa) Version:
Each Charm Dimensions: Round Glass Lucky Eyes Diameter: 2 in (5 cm), Each Metal Hand Charm Length: 3.1 in (8 cm), Total Length Including Round Glass&Triple Charms Length: 14.1 in (36 cm), Weight: 0.19 lb (89 gr)
"Hamsa" derives its name from the five fingers on the hand. Hamsa is often used with evil eye to protect from destructive energies that come from negative emotions.
Triple Fish Version:
Each Charm Dimensions: Round Glass Lucky Eyes Diameter: 2 in (5 cm), Each Metal Fish Charm Length: 2.4 in (6 cm), Total Length Including Round Glass&Triple Charms Length: 11 in (28 cm), Weight: 0.22 lb (102 gr)
“Fish” symbol meaning varies from culture to culture. In Christianity, Fish represents Christ’s charity and abundance. In Chinese culture, it is widely used wedding gift while it symbolizes the fertility, devotion and a happy marriage.