Hamsa Hand Glass Wall Art to Bless Your Home or Office with Luck, Prosperity, Success and Good Fortune.
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Hamsa Hand Glass Wall Art to Bless Your Home or Office with Luck, Prosperity, Success and Good Fortune. This Wall Hanging Decor has an Evil Eye Amulet believed to Watch Over Your Loved Ones.
Stunning Home Wall Hanging.
This handmade gorgeous glass wall hanging features a hamsa hand, love symbols and an evil eye. Reds Purples Blues Yellows Oranges.
Easy to hang on your home or office wall
No tools required.
Diameter 17 cm
The five-fingered hand-shaped circular amulet has shades of coloring in a beautiful ancient Middle Eastern artistic floral display.
Gift this as a housewarming gift, birthday gift, new business present or for any reason to divert and deflect bad vibes. With the blessings of hope and happiness, joy and celebration there is no reason not to add a beautiful amulet to your home or office.
Create a Hamsa Wall in Your Home of Office
A hamsa hand, also known as a Hand of Fatima or a Hand of Miriam is a talisman or amulet that protects your home and loved ones. The five fingers usher in happiness, good health, prosperity, and luck while at the same time pushing back bad energy. It’s design and colors chosen according to your own personal artistic taste, that is why there are so many choices available.
Many times you will see a collection of hamsas on one wall, or just one hung in a room or above an entrance to a room. They make a lovely decorative accessory to any room in your home.
At the top of the lucky hand, you will find blue and white wooden beads and on the bottom, a glass Turkish evil eye, known as a Nazar Boncugu. A glass blue evil eye is a very popular Mediterranean amulet that is handmade in a furnace called a quarry, and no two are exactly alike.
An evil eye guards against misfortune, harm, jealousy, and envy in your life. The eye never shuts, always watching over you and your loved ones. It balances your life, protecting you from ill-will and negativity. It is believed that when an eye cracks or breaks, it has done its job of protecting you from misfortune or harm, absorbing the bad energy. When it does break, it should be replaced.