Incised Jerusalem Pattern Hamsa
The hamsa may very well be the first truly multicultural symbol, used throughout the Mediterranean basin by Jews, Muslims and Christians for centuries as a sign of good luck and to bless a home and it's inhabitants.
Two famous pillars, named Yachin and Boaz, framed the entrance to the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and are depicted in incised brass, which is then hand painted.
Hamsa measures 4.25" long (including flower) by 3" wide and comes with a brass ring for hanging.
Handmade in Haifa, Israel