Hamsa Wall Decor Air Planter Ceramic
Looking for more Happiness and Good Blessings ?
Hasma symbols are also believed to capture ‘evil eye’ – The bad looks or bad luck that someone gives with intent. from entering the house.
The Hamsa (hand shape) has been used since ancient times for good luck, protection, and decoration.
The Hamsa a protective sign is used in a house to symbolize peace, home blessing and a source of happiness.
This is a handmade Hamsa spiral ceramic air plant holder.
- Spiral is approximately 4” tall x 1 3/4” wide x 1” deep
- They each have a hole in the back and are ready for hanging on a wall.
- The spiral comes with jute twine which is adjustable for hanging.
A very creative way to display an air plant as a work of art.
It makes a great gift for any home, or as nice House Warming Gift, Anniversary or Birthday Gift for someone as well.
$36.00 (+ $3.00 shipping)
Plants are not included. Just used to show examples of how these mini wall planters can be used.
The reason why many people will buy a Hamsa and display it in their homes is the Hamsa does not only bring protection, but it is thought to bring happiness and blessings as well.
Process of Manufacturing:
Each individual item is hand made with ceramic clay. Once complete it is placed in an oven at temp. 1000 C until hardened. Each piece is then hand painted using metallic and oxidized paint in order to keep its natural color. Again it is returned to the oven at the same temperature and finished with fine glazing.
Hang this trinket in your home or give it as a present, as blessings make the absolute best of gifts lots of health and love. it will always fill up with abundance, light, and happiness.
Pass The Buck & Get Some Luck
Every purchase includes a crisp dollar bill, Good Luck Buck (“good deed money”) empowering the recipient to be your agent of a good deed to donate charity (the dollar) to a worthy cause.
Who knows, maybe your dollar will be the one that changes the world.
Giving others the opportunity to perform a good deed is the ultimate act of paying it forward.