Silver Hamsa Necklace with Evil Eye and Hebrew Initials
Brand: Name Necklaces
A wonderful blend of personal identity and traditional Jewish symbolism, this necklace will make a terrific gift for someone special in your life.
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925 Sterling Silver
Size of pendant: 0.67" X 1" / 17 X 25 mm
Regular thickness: 0.03" / 0.7 mm
Double thickness: 0.05" / 1.2 mm
This beautiful Hamsa pendant has been carefully crafted from sterling silver, and features stunning, decorative metalwork, including your initials! The Hamsa is an ancient Middle Eastern symbol for protection, and represents God's hand shielding the wearer from the Evil Eye, which appears in the palm's hand. This stunning necklace would make a wonderful, personal gift to someone very special.
Personalize this Pendant:
This monogram pendant is customizable, meaning your item will be created especially for you in Jerusalem! To personalize this pendant, simply type the desired initials into the box labeled "Enter Name Below".
You may enter up to three Hebrew initials - for example, ש י כ.
If you can't type in Hebrew, you may spell out the Hebrew letters in English - for example, shin yud kaf.
If you don't know the Hebrew initials you're looking for, type the full name in English and we will translate it to the corresponding Hebrew initials for you. For example, if you send us Shoshana Yael Cohen, your pendant will say ש י כ.
You may enter up to three letters: each will appear in one of the fingers. Should you choose to enter one, it will appear in the middle section. Should you choose to enter two, they will appear in the two outer fingers.
Please note that if you choose the double thickness option, your chain will automatically be upgraded in quality. Pictured above is the regular thickness option.
This necklace comes in a lovely keepsake gift box.
Please allow an additional week for delivery as this is a custom made item.