Ceramic Hamsa hand


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Ceramic Hamsa hand by Kesemy design

This is a ceramic Hamsa hand, to hang on the wall in your home. Handmade from clay with decal print.

The original Hamsa hand, an ancient graphic and popular symbol for good luck, is common in Mediterranean cultures and represents the 5 fingers in the hand.

The Hamsa was designed to guard and protect against the evil eye, to protect from negative energies, and to bring good blessings and security into your home.

The eye on the Hamsa represents the eye that sees everything and protects against evil encounters.

This special Hamsa hand has a classic shape but with a Dutch twist and Dutch elements, like the windmill, Canal houses, ‘omafiets’ (grandmother bike), the tulips, and the Clover and Horseshoe that are symbols for good luck in the Netherlands.

This will be a great gift for someone you love or for your home décor, it can bring you luck and happiness, as the belief says.

Designed and handmade by Kesem Yahav in Amsterdam.


White slip clay with a mint glaze and blue decal.

Dimensions: 15 x 10.5 x 0.9 cm

The Hamsa has a neon string, comes with a white beautiful box and info card.


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Dimensions 11.7 × 18 cm

ceramic with decal

Hamsa Dimensions: 15 x 10.5 x 0.9 cm


Designed and produced in Amsterdam at Kesemy design studio


Our products are packed in stable cardboard boxes, specially designed for shipping worldwide.

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