Greek people often safeguard themselves against bad fortune by keeping some form of mati or eyeball symbol somewhere important to them, such as their residence, workplace or vehicle. The glass charm is also common in Turkey, where it is called a nazar or nazar boncugu. Babies in Greece and Turkey are often adorned with such charms, as children are believed to be extremely common targets of the evil eye, along with women. The charms, or more realistic depictions of a blue eye, are also frequently found on jewelry and accessories such as bracelets, necklaces and anklets. Evil eye home decor and accessories. Evil eye mat evil eye crochet evil eye blanket rug and carpets collection for your home or office decoration or protection against the evil eye in a lovely way. Perfect gift for any occasion.