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Stylish Wrap Charm Bracelet. The silver chain is braided with the black satin cord and connects with a lobster clasp. The bracelet wraps three times around the average wrist size (6.5 - 8 inches)

A total of eight charms dangle beautifully from the braided chain and cord:
** 3 hamsa hands (plain palm, with evil eye, with mehndi design)
** 2 peace charms (plain and hammered metal)
** 1 turquoise evil eye -3D
** 1 heart (engraved with the word LOVE)
** 1 small flower (engraved with the words BE HAPPY).

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~~~~~Symbolism of the Hamsa~~~~~

Hamsas always have three extended middle fingers, but there is some variation to how the thumb and pinky fingers appear. Sometimes they are curved outwards as in the example shown above, other times they are just significantly shorter than the middle fingers. Whatever their shape, the thumb and pinky finger are always symmetrical.

In addition to being shaped like an oddly formed hand, many hamsas will have an eye displayed in the palm of the hand. The eye is thought to be a powerful talisman against the “evil eye.” The evil eye is a certain “look” that can cause bad luck for the person at whom it is directed. This “look” often originates with a person, though not always intentionally. Legends about the evil eye give both regular people and those with certain powers the ability to cast the evil eye. In the case of the average Joe, envy is most often cited as the unintentional source of the evil eye.

Other symbols that can appear on the hamsa include fish and Hebrew words. Fish are thought to be immune to the evil eye and are also symbols of good luck. Going along with the luck theme, “mazel” – meaning “luck” in Hebrew – is a word that is sometimes inscribed on the amulet. (Fish and the word "mazel" appear on the example above.)

Popular ways to hear the hamsa include as part of a jewelry design or on a key chain. It can also be displayed in your home as a decorative element. However it is displayed, the amulet is thought to bring good luck and happiness.


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Wrap Charm Bracelet -- Silver Chain and Black Satin Cord -- Hamsa, Evil Eye, Peace, Love Charms

$13.99 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: hamsa charm, peace charm, heart charm
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  • Ships worldwide from Texas, United States