Bracelets suggestions may be offered as a business gift, as a giveaway at an event, as a welcome gift at an incentive group or a hotel
The Boat bracelet is a suitable gift for Yachting companies but also for hotels as a business gift to foreign clients. It may accompany any gift package.
Suggestion: Bag with unisex Boat bracelet, hat, shower gel blue Ocean bliss, Fleur de Sel, beach towel. A warm welcome to a memorable Greek summer.
Meandros and Elia bracelets are suitable as an incentive group gift. Placing your company logo on a card with your story instantly you create a cultural greeting.
Evil Eye bracelets may be offered as a business gift of any kind to Greeks or visitors or to accompany any gift package.
Suggestion: Blue-white pouch Deep Blue Greece with Plexiglas Evil Eye, Oil Cookies, Flower and Thyme Honey, Mountain Tea and Deep Blue Greece coasters.
A little taste of Greece and at the same time nice practical souvenirs.
A SYMBOL OF GOOD ENERGY AND PROTECTION
The use of the eye as a symbol is directly related to the idea of a simple stare possessing destructive powers. The depiction of an eye is used as protection by those who believe in the evil eye, to fight fire with fire, so to speak.
Evil eye is believed to be a curse that comes from negative emotion such as anger and jealousy. It is believe that the curse itself causes bad things to happen to the person who has received the curse, such as headaches and even a string of “bad luck”. Wearing a special evil eye charm, also called mati, is said to help prevent the curse from even happening.
As it turns out, the concept of the evil eye dates in Ancient Greece. During this time, the Greek civilization was at its intellectual peak. A common theme in literature at the time was that the eyes were a source of deadly rays that could bring harm to others.
It is said that in the Aegean area, there wasn’t many people with light colored eyes, so those who had them, were able to give the curse to another person. That is the major reason why the evil eye charms, are depicted as a dark blue eyes.
In contemporary Greece, we use evil eyes in many forms (bracelet, necklaces, decorative, etc.) as a symbol of good luck, love, good health, positivity and inner power.