THOMAS SABO’s Oriental Chic jewellery: amulets inspired by the ancient cultures of the Far East
The hand of Hamsa necklace, the tree of life charm and many different designs of evil eye jewellery: these are just a few of the oriental inspired symbols featuring in the THOMAS SABO’s Oriental Chic range. Indian jewellery and Middle Eastern ornaments with that something magical: they serve both as stunning style additions and as amulets with symbolic power, as they are historically believed to ward off the evil and to protect the owner from danger and harm.
Always fascinated by oriental cultures, THOMAS SABO has created a wide range of dazzling oriental inspired jewellery pieces, comprising beautiful amulets and talismans in 925 Sterling silver and 18k rose gold, featuring colourful stones, sparkling white cubic zirconia and intense black onyx. The Fatima’s hand, as well as the evil eye, can be seen on statement Hamsa necklaces, pendants, earrings, and even in form of miniature designs on Karma Beads and Charms, allowing you to wear the symbols of protection in many different ways, accordingly to your style. The range also includes opulent lotus flowers that seem to be blossoming on pendants and cocktail rings, radiating positive energy and subtle elegance, just like the dazzling, protective evil eye jewellery pieces.
The hand of hamsa necklace: the many symbolic meanings of this amulet
The Hamsa hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolising the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign believed to bring happiness, luck, health, and good fortune. Most importantly, the Hamsa hand provides protection from the “Ayin Ha’ra,” also known as The Evil Eye.
In the THOMAS SABO Oriental Chic range, the hand is reinterpreted in a variety of Hamsa necklace designs, as varied and fascinating as its different symbolic meanings. Wear the Hamsa necklace with an extra-long chain for a bold statement, or opt for understated pieces like the stacking rings and fine necklaces with the symbol, perfect if matched together! For a special night look or to complement your Summer looks, the anklet with hamsa hand will be the perfect accessory.
Evil eye jewellery: depicting one of the strongest symbolic images in the world
The evil eye’s meaning has symbolism in almost every country in the world and in every religion, such as Judaism, Islam, Hindu, Buddhism and Christianity. Wearing evil eye jewellery, also known as Nazaar’s eye or Turkish eye, as an amulet is believed to provide protection against evil forces and harm. Giving someone “the evil eye” is a look which clearly states that one intends for something bad to happen to the other person, either out of jealousy or hatred. It is believed by many cultures that the look is powerful enough to bring about actual disaster for the unfortunate person that is the receiver of the glare.
Charms with the evil eye in turquoise, sparkling ear studs and Love Coins with blue zirconia will be your jewellery amulets… as well as the engravable Love Bridge bracelets with tiny, ultra-detailed Nazaar’s eye.
Jewellery with the Tree of Life and its symbolic meaning
The Tree of Life is a many-branched tree that represents the bond between all living creatures on planet Earth. The Tree of Life illustrates that idea that all life on earth is related and we all have the same beginnings: with beauty and diversity, we are all leaves on the same Tree of Life.
THOMAS SABO’s jewellery with the Tree of Life reinterprets this symbolism in delicate designs with dazzling zirconia stones and enamel detailing in the typical royal blue colour.
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