Mother's Ema Hamsa
In hebrew, Ema is for Mother. This hamsa is speckled in gold leaf representing royalty, and framed in purple dried sea lavender which gives extra protection from evil.
What is a Hamsa?
It's a symbol meant to depict the open right hand, an image recognized and used as a sign of protection in many time throughout history, and most often found within Jewish culture.
The hamsa hands that I make bring good luck. The eye in the palm of some of the hands is used reflect negative energy, and protect the wearer.
Fingers pointed up = guard and protection
Fingers pointed down = bestow blessings
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This Hamsa is 4.5" wide, and 5.5" long, not including the chain. This Hamsa is light enough to be easily hung up with a 3M hook, or a nail, if you prefer.