Top 10 Hamsa Art to Bring Luck into Your Home
The Hamsa is one of the most popular and widespread symbols in the Middle East, with a long history in the Land of Israel and Jewish tradition as well. The symbol looks like an open palm and is meant to be reminiscent of the Hand of God, in order to invoke protection, luck, and peace.
Hung in homes as an amulet and worn as a talisman on necklaces and other jewelry, the Hamsa is a symbol of Divine protection and is Judaism's most famous good-luck charm. It's believed to safeguard from negative energies and the Evil Eye, and to bring luck, happiness, success, fortune, and harmony. Some Jews also view the five fingers of the Hamsa as a reminder to serve God with all five senses.
Many Israeli artists and designers incorporate the Hamsa into stunning Jewish wall art, sculptures, and traditional home blessings, invoking the Hamsa's association with luck and protection. Hamsa-themed Jewish art makes for a beautiful and thoughtful gift for a wedding, house warming, birthday, or any other special occasion - or as a meaningful adornment for your own home. Check out our diverse collection of Hamsa art straight from Israel, as well as our Top 10 favorite pieces below!
Help turn your house into a home with this stunning colorful Hamsa designer wall hanging from religious Israeli artist Dorit Judaica! Expertly combining traditional Jewish symbolism with modern style, this laser-cut metal wall art is composed of 9 different multicolored Hamsas joined together in a stylish design. Inside the Hamsas are chic motifs such as the Kabbalistic 'Evil Eye', a heart, and Middle Eastern mandala designs. This unforgettable piece of home décor from the Land of Israel will add both style and Jewish meaning to any space!
Adorn your home with a touch of contemporary Israeli art and layers of Jewish imagery with this magnificent freestanding colorful sculpture from David Gerstein. The cut-out metal piece is shaped like a Hamsa hand and features the Hebrew words "Shalom al Israel" ("Peace upon Israel") along with an array of symbolic Jewish motifs: the Western Wall, Star of David, shabbat candlesticks, menorah, Ten Commandments tablets, dove, wine cup, a pomegranate, and more.
And check out the "Good Tidings" Hamsa Sculpture version, featuring a similar design with the Hebrew words "Besorot Tovot" ("Good Tidings") and a watchful eye for good luck.
This limited-edition, handmade ceramic plaque comes from the artisans at Tel Aviv family-run studio Art in Clay, and will be the ultimate good-luck charm in your home! Hand-painted and adorned with 24K gold accents, it features a prominent Hamsa hand with a traditional Evil Eye and the words "Health", "Prosperity", and "Peace" engraved in English. The Hebrew words "Mazal" ("Luck") and "Bracha" ("Blessing") are at the top and bottom in gold. Other details include a fish (a traditional Jewish symbol of luck and abundance), pomegranates, and a stone pattern representing the wall of Jerusalem. The magnificent plaque can be hung on a wall or placed in its accompanying stand, and will be a beautiful mix of Jewish tradition and contemporary artistry in any home!
Hamsa-shaped house blessings are particularly common in the Land of Israel, combining two powerful Jewish themes: the ancient protective amulet of the Hamsa and the positivity and good wishes of the home blessing. And this magnificent version combines these themes with a beautiful, colorful depiction of Jerusalem that surrounds the Hebrew words of the home blessing, for a truly special connection to Israel and Jewish tradition that can be hung anywhere in your home or office.
This striking, intricate wall hanging is made out of stainless steel and features a short but poignant Hebrew home blessing inside a Hamsa hand: "Be Ze Hamakom Bracha Ve'shalom" ("May this home be blessed with peace"). Made by prominent Israeli artist Dorit Judaica and featuring a chic pomegranate design, this piece is sure to stand out in any room and bring a touch of both traditional faith and stylish contemporary design.
Another remarkable, eye-catching piece from renowned Israeli artist David Gerstein is this vibrant double-sided sculpture featuring a red Hamsa hand, colorful flowers, and kaleidoscopic butterflies. Inspired by Jewish tradition and symbolism, it's at the same time impeccably chic and modern, and will be a striking addition to any room - sure to wow your guests or a lucky gift recipient!
This unique brass Hamsa wall hanging makes a beautiful gift for that special someone who loves Jewish history, the Land of Israel, or spirituality. Made by the Israel Museum, it's based on an ornament found on a 19th-century Jerusalem synagogue lamp, and comes with a certificate of authenticity and a description of its historical background. The stunning piece incorporates bird and Star of David imagery, along with the Hebrew letter Heh symbolizing the Divine Name, all set inside a traditional Hamsa hand to symbolize luck and Divine protection.
If you love Hamsa home blessings, you can't go wrong with this silver-plated version from Israeli artisan workshop Danon! It features a beautiful blessing for the home in English and is adorned with additional symbols of luck, prosperity, and love: keys, fish, pomegranates, hearts, and a horseshoe. Interspersed around the Hamsa are colorful gemstones. Compact and stylish, this good luck charm will fit anywhere in your home!
Add Jewish symbolism in impeccable style to your or a loved one's home with this colorful, hand painted metal Hamsa wall hanging from famous Israeli Judaica designer Yair Emanuel. The Hamsa is an ancient symbol of luck and Divine protection, and this one is adorned with an intricate tree design featuring vibrantly colored birds and pomegranates. This eye-catching work of art will instantly brighten up any room, while providing a beautiful connection to the Land of Israel!
This gorgeous, colorful wall hanging combines multiple motifs from Jewish tradition: inside its wooden Hamsa shape is an English-language blessing for the home, along with vibrant floral designs and 12 gemstones representing the 12 Tribes of Israel, set in the shape of the Hoshen, the breastplate worn by the High Priest in the Temple. A plastic overlay protects the wooden piece from damage, while a metal loop connected by turquoise beads allows for easy hanging, for a convenient yet meaningful adornment anywhere you choose.