Irene Hussein

Eye See You Bracelet

QAR 120,00

By Irene Hussein

The handmade "Eye See You Bracelet," is skillfully crafted to harmoniously blend design with symbolism. An interesting take on the evil-eye symbol that timelessly represents protection and intuition. It is made with the macrame technique and features a pink quartz semi-precious stone. 

Pair the bracelet with a casual jeans-and-tee look for a laid-back style or stack it with other beaded or macramé accessories for a more boho look.


  • Macramé bracelet

  • Wax thread and pink quartz stone

  • Waterproof, can be worn in the sea or pool

  • The color does not fade over time

  • With a tweezer clasp for adjustable size

Designed and Made in Greece

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A long-lasting piece of jewelry that needs minimal care. It is waterproof and it can be worn in the sea or pool.

We are open 7 days a week, excluding holidays. All orders with items in stock are shipped as soon as possible, in most cases on the next business day. Exception are the bespoke items and made-to-order pieces that have different shipping times.

Shipping within Qatar is free and you will receive your order on the next business day.
There is also the option of same-day delivery, but you must place your order before 12.00 noon (local time). A flat fee of 40 QAR applies.

At the moment we ship only to Qatar and the neighboring Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, but we will start shipping to more destinations soon.
All orders are shipped with DHL Express. Allow 3-5 business days for delivery. For orders over 1000 QAR, shipping is free. For all other orders, there is a flat shipping cost of 79 QAR, that will be added to your total cost at checkout.


Greek-Egyptian Irene Hussein discovered her love for fine arts at a young age. After finishing her studies in Paris in Fashion Design and Jewelry Making, she entered the jewelry world with a bang.

Her creations are influenced by different traditions and cultures around the world, combining bohemian style with elegance. Using mainly the Macramé technique, Irene combines colors and materials in unexpected ways that make her work stand out. Her jewelry has been featured in art galleries and can be found in fashion stores all around the world.

She also works as a stylist and teaches the art of Macramé.

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