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In Greek culture, protection from the evil eye is deeply embedded in traditions, and the use of jewelry and amulets plays a significant role in safeguarding against negative energies. The most common method involves wearing or carrying amulets, known as "mati" or "nazar," which feature the iconic blue eye symbol. This symbol is believed to have the power to ward off the malevolent effects of the evil eye.

Greek jewelry often incorporates the evil eye symbol into its designs, creating aesthetically pleasing yet protective pieces. These amulets are crafted from various materials, including silver and gold, and are worn as necklaces, bracelets, or earrings. The belief is that the eye absorbs and deflects negative energy, keeping the wearer safe from harm.

Beyond the evil eye symbol, other protective symbols and motifs, such as snakes and knots, are also prevalent in Greek jewelry. These pieces are not only considered fashionable but are believed to carry intrinsic protective qualities.

Whether worn as jewelry or displayed as decorative amulets, these symbols in Greek culture are cherished for their dual purpose — not only as expressions of personal style but also as potent guardians against the perceived negative forces associated with the evil eye.

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