Bracelet of labradorite in brown and coffee tones with bluish iridescence. Round beads 8,5 mm in diameter.
Bracelet with a bead-amulet " Hamsa".
Beads 8.5 mm
On hand to 18 CMB girth.
Among the many charms that attract good luck and can protect against negativity, there is an unusual talisman-the Hamsa amulet.
The open palm for followers of Hinduism is a symbol of good intentions, an open soul of a person, a guarantee of successful love, strong friendship, and successful work. Followers of Jainism (an ancient religion that forbids killing) associate the stylized palm with goodness, submission to fate, complete denial of violence, and forgiveness of sins. The ancient Egyptians called the amulet the palm of Hamesh, which protects against the bad effects of black magic, detractors, causing damage. The beautiful half of the Turkish population puts on the Fatima amulet to gain the patronage of the Prophet's daughter, to become a good hostess, a faithful wife and mother. Representatives of the Phoenician civilization called the talisman the palm of Tanith, representing the goddess of fertility, the spiritual defender of Carthage. Among American Indians, Hamsu is usually worn not as a talisman, but as a tattoo with an open eye. American Indians believed that such symbolism opens the gift of clairvoyance, intuition.