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DISCOVER STUNNING TURKISH JEWELRY - Unique Meaningful Turkish Gold Jewelry and Authentic Turkish Silver Jewelry from Istanbul Turkey.
Turkish evil eye jewelry are the hottest item these days. The evil eye charms are meant to protect the wearer from the eyes of the envious. Eye-Catching Jewelry Combats 'The Evil Eye' Curse. The evil eye jewelry trend has been embraced by many celebrities. When someone is wearing evil eye jewelry, it’s thought to ward off negativity and bring good luck. Evil eye is said to protect you from envy of your good fortune which is the reason the evil eye jewelry is very fitting to celebrities. Evil eye jewelry originated in Turkey and Greece where it’s part of the culture. Evil eye fashion and jewelry has been seen on the Real Housewives of Orange County and Real Housewives of New Jersey TV shows.
TURKISH JEWELRY STORE is transforming the cultural value of Assyrian, Hittite, Urartu, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman civilizations into a different product and thus the pleasures that hidden for centuries is coming back to everyday life. A wide range of tastes, styles and cultural wealth including the Ancient Greek and Byzantine-era designs, Hurrem Sultan jewels inspired by the Ottoman palaces and adorned with priceless gems.
Turkish gold jewelry has long been revered and coveted for its intricate techniques and styles, many of which date back to the Byzantine era. Jewelry, like the other art forms of that time, was known for its ornateness and often included colored gemstones, pearls, cloisonné enameling, filigreed gold mountings and intaglio carvings. Some of the techniques have been passed down for centuries, from master jewelers to their apprentices, requiring years of training and careful observation before even attempting to make a piece. Istanbul with its grand bazaar and 5000 jewelry shops and countless little ateliers is one of the biggest marketplaces for diamond jewelry and gold jewelry.
TURKISH JEWELRY STORE brought a different understanding of the concept of jewelry fashion with the rare designs of Turkish, Greek and Armenian jewelry masters.