Collection: Hamsa wall art

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I form my one-of-a-kind hamsas from clay in the hand-build method. Using my various stamps and tools, I cut and texture the hamsa shape, then fired it to bisque. After taking it out of the kiln, I glazed it with lead-free glaze and high fire it again in my kiln at my studio. I add pretty beads or charms, and a cord for hanging.

My initials and the item number are carved on the back of each hamsa.

It makes a beautiful housewarming gift, holiday gift, or a gift for friends and family for any occasion. It comes in a nice gift box with my card. Ships worldwide from California, USA

🖐🤍🖤🏡 The hamsa hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet that protects against the “evil eye.” It is a protective sign and brings its owner happiness, luck, health, good energy, and good fortune. Five (hamesh in Hebrew) represents the five books of the Torah for Jews. In the Jewish religion, the Jewish hamsa hand also symbolizes the Hand of Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron. Although the hamsa hand has been symbolic in Islam and Judaism for centuries, archaeological digs provide evidence that the hamsa predates these religions and originated with the Phoenicians.

The Hamsa hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet that protects against the “evil eye.” It is a protective sign and brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune. Five (hamesh in Hebrew) represents the five books of the Torah for Jews. In the Jewish religion, the Jewish hamsa hand also symbolizes the Hand of Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron. Although the hamsa hand has been symbolic in Islam and Judaism for centuries, archaeological digs provide evidence that the hamsa predates these religions and originated with the Phoenicians.

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