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Mens Mati Bracelet Kyma


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Product Details

A perfectly minimal evil eye (or ""mati"" in greek) bracelet. In greek culture, this bracelet is worn to ward off evil + will break when someone has given the wearer the evil eye as a way to protect them. The simple design allows this bracelet to pair with any style.

ATHENS: a white evil eye to represent the ancient sites of athens.
SPARTA: a red evil eye to represent the warrior spirit of the ancients.
KALAMATA: a black evil eye to represent the long history of olives in greek culture.
NAFPLIO: a blue evil eye to represent greece's coastal towns.
KYMA: a seafoam evil eye to represent the breaking of the greek waves.
AERA: a clear evil eye to represent the powerful greek winds.

handmade in greece.
- coated metal wire (does not tarnish)
- metal clasp (does not tarnish)
- silver plated pressed beads

Made in: Greece

approximately 8 - 8.25 inches diameter
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