The Hamsa symbol, also known as the Hand of Fatima or the Hand of Miriam, is a symbol of Islam and Sephardic Judaism as well as one found in the lore of the Kabbalah. They've had a resurgence of popularity in the past few years as a non-secular good luck charm. Read more about the hamsa here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamsa
My Hamsa earring charms feature a prominent Magen David (Star of David), so I paired them with pale blue fiberoptic cats eye beads. The charms are detailed on both sides and made from a lead-free zinc alloy.
dangles measure 1.3 in (3.3 cm)
zinc alloy silver plated charm, fiberoptic cats eye beads, silver-plated brass findings
The earwires (earhooks, earring findings, etc.) are nickel-free, brand-new, never been worn. Except by you, of course!
I don't have pierced ears, so I was hesitant to make a line of jewelry that I wouldn't be able to test out before putting it up for sale. I'm grateful to my friends and relatives who provided me design feedback on all of my earrings, including these.
See the rest of my earrings here: https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/SurrealMythDesigns/sections/14138785
Comes inside cloth gift bag, ready to give as a present--or open as a present yourself.
Thanks for looking!