Your home is not complete without a hamsa to usher in happiness, health, laughter and love. This amulet, much like a hand, transmits this positive energy while at the same time pushing back the negative energy.
Come create a collection of hamsa wall art with these decorative wall hangings.
Traditional Turkish Ottoman artwork with a lucky blue Nazar glass evil eye dangling from the finger, to watch over and protect you and all that reside in your home. Crafted from wood.
My sister absolutely loved it
Beautiful piece ! I love it my daughter loves it!! Thank you for the gift !
Hi, I was excited to place an ordered for Christmas presents and felt there was adequate time to receive them even with the shipping delays. I then got an email saying they weren't in stock, even though there was no indication on the site that they were out. I really liked my choice of gift so I decided to wait for them to come back in stock. When I got them the company had expedited my shipment and waived fee which i thought was appropriate, but the icing on the top was the cute little gold necklace I got as a sorry for the inconvenience! Love it and will probably look into purchasing more :) I purchased the Turkish Ottoman Wall Amulet expecting it to be a hand painted ceramic piece and got what looks like a computer printed plastic hand with a cute glass evil eye and wood beads. The images that were on the site didn't give me the impression that it was a flat printed piece otherwise I may not have purchased them. Overall I liked the communication and the way they handled the issue with shipping so I would most likely purchase other merch. in the future.
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It is simple to display your hamsa or evil eye wall amulet in your home:
An amulet is meant to bless us and watch over us, keeping us safe from harm and ill-will. Folklore says if the amulet breaks or is damaged in any way, shape, or form that means it has absorbed any intent of harm coming in your direction.