Hamsa Hand of Fatima Statement Tribal Ethnic Silver Earrings - Authentic Turkish Style
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Germany: 14 - 21 days
Australia: 14 - 21 days
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Lyla Supplies is dedicated to providing high quality hand picked modern, ethnic jewelry making supplies and findings
All of the metal accents in our products are made of high quality 22k matte gold and matte sterling silver plated brass or zamac. All products are tarnish resistant, lead, nickel and cadmium free.
All our products meet all safety standards.
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Address: Lyla Supplies, Camilk Mah, 497 Sokak, No:7, Didim, Aydin 09270, Turkey
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Size: 75 mm (from top of the ear wire to the bottom) x 40mm wide
These earrings are sterling silver plated with an antique oxidized finish. Our all products are lead, nickel, cadmium free.
Hamsa for protection
The Hamsa is used to ward of the evil eye and can be found on the entrances of homes, in cars, on charm bracelets and chains and more. It is also common to place other symbols in the middle of the Hamsa that are believed to help against the evil eye such as fish, eyes and the Star of David. The color blue, or more specifically light blue, is also considered protective against the evil eye and we could see many Hamsas in that color or with embedded gemstones in different shades of blue. In Jewish use, Hamsas are often decorated with prayers of a protective fashion such as the Sh'ma Prayer, the Birkat HaBayit (Blessing for the Home), or the Tefilat HaDerech (Traveler's Prayer).
For more information about the Hamsa - Hand of Fatima: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamsa