Collection: Nazar

Nazar Collection - Tinnit

Dive deep into the mystical allure of the Mediterranean with Tinnit's Nazar Collection. The Nazar, also known as Mati, evil eye stone, Turkish Eye, or Greek Eye, is a time-honored amulet designed to ward off the malevolent gaze of the evil eye. Predominantly found in Turkey, these protective symbols have adorned homes, jewelry, vehicles, and even mobile phones for centuries. With roots tracing back to ancient civilizations like the Roman Empire, Persian Empire, Mesopotamia, and Ancient Egypt, the Nazar has been a beacon of protection for over 3,000 years. Tinnit's Nazar Collection encapsulates this ancient wisdom, offering handcrafted pieces that not only elevate your style but also serve as protective talismans.

Why Choose Tinnit's Nazar Collection:

  • Historical Significance: Embracing the rich legacy of the Nazar, a symbol of protection against the evil eye.
  • Meticulous Craftsmanship: Each piece is handcrafted, capturing the essence of the Mediterranean's magical heritage.
  • Versatile Designs: From necklaces and bracelets to earrings, the collection offers a diverse range of pieces adorned with the iconic Nazar symbol.
  • Timeless Appeal: A blend of ancient symbolism and contemporary design, perfect for the modern spiritual individual.


  1. What is the significance of the Nazar?

    • The Nazar is an ancient amulet believed to protect against the evil eye, a malevolent gaze that can bring misfortune.
  2. How is the Nazar used for protection?

    • The Nazar is believed to divert the gaze of those who wish harm, absorbing their negative energy and providing protection.
  3. What is the historical origin of the Nazar?

    • The Nazar dates back over 3,000 years, with its presence noted in ancient civilizations like the Roman Empire, Persian Empire, Mesopotamia, and Ancient Egypt.
  4. How does Tinnit's Nazar Collection stand out?

    • Tinnit's collection combines the protective properties of the Nazar with meticulous craftsmanship, offering pieces that are both stylish and spiritually significant.