Collection: Hamsa Hand

The Hamsa Hand is regarded in all faiths as a protective talisman that brings good fortune, health and happiness.

The Hamsa is one of the oldest symbols with a history that dates back at least 1800 years, pre-dating all the major religions..

Over time, it continued to be seen as a symbol of protection from evil, especially from the ‘evil eye’, that primal fear that has existed in almost all cultures. 

 It is a protective symbol that brings in luck, health, happiness and good fortune, warding off evil and negative feelings.

If the hand faces upwards, it is a sign against evil. It is representative of protection and repels the negativity of others and protects you from your own negative thoughts, such as envy, hatred and greed. The fingers may be spread apart to repel evil.

If the hand faces downwards, the Hamsa represents abundance and goodness. It becomes a welcoming sign that invites good things into your life. In this position, the fingers are generally close together, as a sign of invitation for good luck.


1 product
  • Antique Apothecary Bottle with amethyst Hamsa
    Antique Apothecary Bottle with amethyst Hamsa
    Regular price
    Sale price
    Unit price