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Hamsa pendant necklace Kurdistan brass

The original pendant was made in Kurdistan in the 19th century and is in the Israel Museum collection.

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Hamsa inspired by the pendant of a child’s amuletic necklace 

The hamsa (meaning “five” in Arabic) is an amulet in the form of an open palm,‎ 

intended to ward off the evil eye and enhance good fortune. In Islamic tradition,‎ 

it symbolizes the “hand of Fatima,” the daughter of the prophet Muhammad,‎ 

as well as the five tenets of Islam indicated by the fifth letter of the Hebrew‎ alphabet), and the spreading of the fingers during the Priestly Blessing. The types of 

hamsa vary in the specific arrangement of the fingers – whether outspread or tightly 

bound, symmetrical or naturalistic – and in the addition of ornaments, such as eyes,‎ 

animals, or inscriptions, also believed to carry beneficial powers.

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