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The evil Eye painted into the tree.

The Turkish Eye painted into the tree.

LIMITED EDITION ***  Dies ist eine glückliche blaue Auge Emaille Pin! Glänzend gold Messing, weiß, blau und schwarz Emaille und einem Schmetterling

Lucky BLUE Eye Enamel pin - Eye brooch - Evil Eye pin's - eyeball pin s - third eye pins - jewelry fun kitsch enamel brooch

Vintage postcard from 1952 of a serpentine wall. According to the article: "Jefferson realized that by building a wall that curves, one uses 25% fewer bricks as compared to a straight wall. The curved wall can support itself while being only one brick thick instead of two."

Postcard, serpentine wall: "Jefferson realized that by building a wall that curves, one uses fewer bricks as compared to a straight wall. The curved wall can support itself while being only one brick thick instead of two.

Olho grego

Olho grego

The evil eye, or nazar, is an amulet that protects against bad luck, commonly found throughout the Middle and Near East. Tying them to a tree ensures good luck and protection. #NYFW

The only travel souvenir this world traveller owns is an evil eye from Turkey. Also known as a nazar, these blue pendants protect against the evil eye.

Evil eye is a universal sign that shows up as a symboic reminder of supernatural beliefs.

Evil Eye - Protects you from jealousy and ill will of others.

Nazar boncugu - Turkey

Nazar Boncuğu (The Devil Eye) -Turkish Art- Türkiye, Turkey

Well...HERE THEY ARE! My very own painted rock NAZAR.  Watching over my back door protecting my household from the evil eye.  I LOVE how they turned out and am already dreaming of FILLING my house with them!

My very own painted rock NAZAR. Watching over my back door protecting my household from the evil eye. I LOVE how they turned out and am already dreaming of FILLING my house with them!

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Flower names by Color

Have you ever found a picture of a bouquet and wondered, “What is that flower?” Here is a collection of flower names sorted by color. A few bouquet examples are at the bottom and so…

Greeks & Turkish Peoples favorites...The God's eye. Lily and I have several!

When Richard and I planned to visit Greece this past fall we turned to a company who specializes in designing luxury vacations;

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