Bronze, Sterling Silver And Peruvian Blue Opal Hamsa Hand Necklace, Middle Eastern Inspired Ethnic necklace

Bronze, Sterling Silver And Peruvian Blue Opal Hamsa Hand Necklace, Middle Eastern Inspired Ethnic necklace

$272.00

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A rich and vibrant mixed metal one of a kind Hamsa hand necklace created from bronze, sterling silver and a beautiful rich blue Peruvian blue opal cabochon set in a fine silver bezel. The contrast of mixed metals and textures when oxidized create depth and add interest to this Middle eastern inspired necklace. The bronze hand is framed in sterling silver with round orbs of silver for the finishing touch. The opal is a hard to come by stone with a caramel and a bit of black matrix against the rich blue color. . A beautiful piece to treasure for a lifetime and mix and match with other ethnic flavored jewelry. Oxidized and polished to finish. The sterling silver chain iwith handmade findings can be finished at 16" 18", 20". 22"


Traditional metalsmithing skills were used to create this mixed metal, two tone pendant necklace. A one of a kind (OOAK) statement piece to add to your collection of artisan metalsmith jewelry and a perfect piece to add zing to a bohemian flavored wardrobe.

The pendant measures 1 5/8" long x 1 5/8" wide.

PLEASE NOTE: >>>The sturdy sterling silver 204" chain is finished with our handmade sterling silver findings. If you prefer a shorter chain just leave us a note in notes to seller at time of purchase.<<<


An ancient symbol from the Middle East predating Abrahamic traditions, the Hamsa or Khamsa, Hand of Fatima or Hand of Miriam, among other names, is closely associated with ancient Jewish and Islamic symbology and traditional used as a tool for protection against evil. This is a nice weighty piece and one to treasure for many generations. Each Hamsa we create is one of a kind and although many may be similar each will have its very own unique characteristics.

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