History Of The Tcherot Luck Charm A Tcherot pendant was considered a form of protection from the worldwide belief in the “evil eye”, bad luck and disease. The charms are often etched with an original design which carries a symbolic meaning and can be very decorative. The Tcherot, originally worn by the Saharan tribe the Taureg, as well as other Berber humans in the southernmost area of Morocco, Mauritania and Western Sahara. They were first believed to grant luck and…