EVIL EYE BONBON DISH
Beautiful bonbon dish inspired by Middle Eastern art. Decorated with the art of calligraphy, Evil eye and gold plated ceramic diamond.
- Decorative and Dinnerware
- Material: Ceramic
- Size with lid: 18 x 18 x 15 cm
- Size without lid: 18 x 18 x 7 cm
- Style: Evil eye
Evil eye: A nazar is an eye-shaped amulet believed to protect against the evil eye. Persian, Albanian, Hindi-Urdu, Pashto, Bengali, Kurdish, Punjabi, and other languages have borrowed the term as well. In Turkey, it is known by the name Nazar boncuğu and historically as mâvi boncuk or Old Turkic: gökçe munçuk, both meaning. In Persian and Afghan folklore, it is called a cheshm nazar (Persian: چشم نظر) or nazar qurbāni (Persian: نظرقربانی). In India and Pakistan, the Hindi-Urdu slogan Chashm-e-Baddoor is used to ward off the evil eye.
An “evil eye” is a symbol that is believed to ward off negative energy or the “evil eye” of those who may wish harm upon the person wearing or displaying the symbol. It is an ancient belief and can be found in many cultures around the world.
“Evil eye bobob dish” is not a term I am familiar with. It is possible that it refers to a ceramic dish or platter decorated with the evil eye symbol. The bobob part of the name is unclear and may be a specific brand or artist. Without more information, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.