Hamsa Hands & Other Charms

Every culture throughout history has found images that serve as a source of comfort and protection. The Hand (Khamsa) has long represented blessings, power and strength and is thus seen as potent in deflecting the evil eye. It can be seen adorning walls in Catal Huyuk - a paleolithic site in southern Turkey. The Nazar or Evil Eye charm harks back to the even more ancient Eye of Horus. The Winged Heart calls to mind heavenly forces acting in our defense.
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Tunisia | "Ghosmar" or fibula from Djerba | 2nd half of the 19th century | High quality silver alloy with traces of gold wash | 1950$

Tunisia | "Ghosmar" or fibula from Djerba | 2nd half of the 19th century | High quality silver alloy with traces of gold wash | 1950$

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This powerful pendant is made to harness the spiritual energy of Jerusalem, the eternal capital of the Jewish people! Made of genuine Jerusalem stone excavated directly from the Temple Mount, it also features a classic silver Hamsa symbol. Makes a wonderful gift for yourself or someone special.

This powerful pendant is made to harness the spiritual energy of Jerusalem, the eternal capital of the Jewish people! Made of genuine Jerusalem stone excavated directly from the Temple Mount, it also features a classic silver Hamsa symbol. Makes a wonderful gift for yourself or someone special.

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