From Thailand's Khun O, this beautiful necklace takes the form of an amulet known as the hamsa, which means 'five' in Arabic. Popular in Jewish culture, its five fingers can represent the five books of the Torah and the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, which represents one of the holy names of God. It is also a reminder to praise God with all five senses. Handcrafted of sterling silver .925, the necklace showcases Thai filigree art. A gorgeous and highly detailed pendant set which includes an 18 inch cable chain for everyday styles and occasions.
Khun O’ has a passion for jewelry and has devoted her life to her craft. She owns a silver shop along bustling Khao San Road. Khun O’s family also owns a small silver factory in the country side, which is operated by her husband and family. Khun O' has recruited and trained locals from the surrounding province to work in the factory. Khun O’ is truly appreciative of her family and community. Her kindness and warm personality motivates her team and provides many job opportunities for people from the province. When you walk into her shop, you can immediately feel the hospitality and warmth which comes from the culture that Khun O' and her husband have created.
|Material:||Solid sterling silver|
|Style:||Fashion, pendant, religious, eye of horus, sentiment, symbol, hamsa hand, delicate|
|Pendant measurements:||22 mm (0.87 inches) wide x 37 mm (1.46 inches) long (including bail)|
|Bail opening measurement:||4 mm|
|Necklace measurements:||18 inches long|
|Clasp Type:||Spring ring|
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