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Hand Engraved Jewish Blessing Hamsa Hand Necklace

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$109.00
Product SKU: GS1001RB

Availability: In stock

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Beautifully hand crafted Hamsa Hand pendant for divine blessing and protection. Perfect as a Bat Mitzvah Gift, this Sterling Silver necklace is composed of five charms, each hand engraved with a Hebrew phrase and the upper Hamsa charm is set with a ruby stone.

The five selected phrases include the Biblical Ben Porat Yosef blessing, the Jewish Priestly Blessing (Birkat Kohanim) and a special prayer for the children of Israel completing this powerful and beautiful set.

The 925 Sterling Silver pendant is approximately 0.6" X 0.4", hanging on a 925 sterling silver snake necklace 17.7’’ in length. Custom length of 19.5" can be ordered for additional cost. Each piece is unique and requires 2-4 business days for handling before shipping.
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Beautifully hand crafted Hamsa Hand pendant for divine blessing and protection. Perfect as a Bat Mitzvah Gift, this Sterling Silver necklace is composed of five charms, each hand engraved with a Hebrew phrase and the upper Hamsa charm is set with a ruby stone. The five selected phrases include the Biblical Ben Porat Yosef blessing, the Jewish Priestly Blessing (Birkat Kohanim) and a special prayer for the children of Israel completing this powerful and beautiful set. The 925 Sterling Silver pendant is approximately 0.6" X 0.4", hanging on a 925 sterling silver snake necklace 17.7’’ in length. Custom length of 19.5" can be ordered for additional cost. Each piece is unique and requires 2-4 business days for handling before shipping.

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