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These little hands not only look cool, but have major significance for both Jews and Muslims. From Wikipedia:

"The Hamsa (Arabic: Khamsa, literally "five", Hebrew: Khamsa) is a symbol used in amulets, charms and jewelry to protect against the "evil eye."

An alternative Islamic name for this charm is the Hand of Fatima or Eye of Fatima, in reference to Fatima Zahra, the daughter of Muhammad. An alternative Jewish name is the Hand of Miriam, in reference to Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron. It is a kind of "protecting hand" or "hand of G-d". (I also have the feeling that the Chinese hand holding a head of Buddha or sometimes a full-body KwanYin belongs in the same tradition.)

Some associate the significance of the five fingers to the five books of the Torah for Jews, the Five Pillars of Islam for Sunnis, or the five People of the Cloak for Shi'ites. This symbolism may have evolved at a later stage, in view of the fact that archaeological evidence suggests the hamsa predates both religions.

In recent years some activists for Middle East peace have chosen to wear the hamsa as a symbol of the similarities of origins and tradition between the Islamic and Jewish faiths. The fingers can point up or down."

These little hands, only about 15 mm high, in addition to carrying that heavy load of symbolism, have a vertical hole with a circular cutout about 5 mm across in the middle for a bead--eye of Miriam, eye of Fatima, or maybe just a mystic crystal--it's your choice.

Not only do we now have a reasonable stock of these hamsa in silver, but also some (not nearly as many) in gold at the same price. They're identical--just a different color.
Let us know which you prefer when ordering, please.

I hope you’ll enjoy using these as much as I do, and that using and wearing them will bring peace and protection.

Tibetan silver, zinc based, lead and nickel free, reasonably priced, tarnish resistant, solid (but not flexible), nicely detailed, and a joy to use and wear. PLEASE read the information about metals on our shop policies page to keep your experience with Tibetan silver a pleasant one.

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Hamsa hand bead frames, 12 silver Judaicaonetsy, Team ESST, WWWG, OlympiaEtsy, GeekyFreakyUnique-y, SupportingArtists, REACT

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  • Materials: tibetan silver, myth, tradition, pattern, lead and nickel free zinc alloy, henna pattern, ancient dual traditional design
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