Thousand Flowers Evil Eye Protection Hand by Adina Plastelina
The Hamsa is a traditional symbol of divine protection, and its form is the form of a hand - the word 'Hamsa' means 'five', and refers to the five fingers on each hand.
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Inside the Hamsa, embedded the Prayer of the Road (The Wayfarer's Prayer, Tefilat Haderech, Travelers Prayer). This prayer must be said whenever someone sets out on a road that extends for more than 4km without any town, as the safest place for person is his home or the town where he resides. But when a person leaves his own town, his friends and neighbors and sets out on the road, he exposes himself to a certain danger. If he is attacked, there will be less people who can come to his aid. If he is injured, it will take longer for him to reach a hospital. Therefore, wise men prepared the Prayer of the Road.
Handmade from 925 Sterling Silver and polymer clay by Adina Plastelina studio using millefiori technique
Millefiori is an ancient craft technique. It produces a colored design that is repeated many times, hence the name 'thousand flowers'
Comes in gift box
NOTE: The item that will be shipped is exactly like on the pictures but without the eye.
Size of the hand 1.55"inches/4cm