Evil Eye Etui S+

CHF88.00
Evil Eye
Quantity
: 8
  • Evil Eye!

  • Size: 28cm x 18cm x 2cm, Tassel: 14cm

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Design by Dr. Lourdes Grollimund
Dr. Lourdes Grollimund designed this piece. Lourdes researches the western tendencies, seasonal color styles and motifs in a benchmarking analysis. This results in irresistible, high quality accessories. The design is linked to “Mal de Ojo”, which is a South American popular belief of the "evil eye". Thus, "Mal de Ojo" means that people can be harmed by disapproving glances, or die or that their possessions could be damaged. Usually it is believed that an amulet should be worn in order to counteract the evil eye. Therefore, the eye on the clutch should protect its bearer from the envy of others.

Made in Venezuela
With your order, you are helping the Wayuu indigenous people in Venezuela to secure an income. Each design reflects elements of Mother Nature such as plants, animals, birds, the sun and the darkness. The production of the tapestry is a good source of income for the Wayuu in Venezuela. Especially because the indigenous people earn in Colombian pesos. Thereby they escape the high inflation rate in Venezuela.

Design by Dr. Lourdes Grollimund
Dr. Lourdes Grollimund designed this piece. Lourdes researches the western tendencies, seasonal color styles and motifs in a benchmarking analysis. This results in irresistible, high quality accessories. The design is linked to “Mal de Ojo”, which is a South American popular belief of the "evil eye". Thus, "Mal de Ojo" means that people can be harmed by disapproving glances, or die or that their possessions could be damaged. Usually it is believed that an amulet should be worn in order to counteract the evil eye. Therefore, the eye on the clutch should protect its bearer from the envy of others.

Made in Venezuela
With your order, you are helping the Wayuu indigenous people in Venezuela to secure an income. Each design reflects elements of Mother Nature such as plants, animals, birds, the sun and the darkness. The production of the tapestry is a good source of income for the Wayuu in Venezuela. Especially because the indigenous people earn in Colombian pesos. Thereby they escape the high inflation rate in Venezuela.