Michal Golan Gold and Turquoise Wall Hamsa
This stunning Hamsa is incredibly detailed, it includes a sunburst inspired pattern, a black evil eye, and an array of turquoise stones and clear crystals. Hang this on a wood background for a lovely earthy look. The Hamsa is a symbol of good luck meant to ward of negative energy, this versatile symbol can be displayed and worn by all!
-Materials: Howlite turquoise, Swarovski Crystal, Glass Cabochons
-Metal: 24K gold electroplated over brass and white metal
-Size: 5.75” inches long
-Handmade in our NYC studio
The Hamsa is a Middle Eastern symbol of good luck intended to ward off evil and protect its wearer. Israeli designer Michal Golan integrates both the cultural importance and the mystical significations of the symbol in her Hamsa line. She invigorates the Hamsa through the use of gems, colors, and texture; while maintaining the original integrity of the Hamsa through traditional designs and shapes.
Each Michal Golan piece has the intricacy, attention to detail, and commitment to an aesthetic vision that one would expect from a piece of art. Michal was born in Haifa, Israel and came to the US in her twenties to study art. She began designing jewelry and selling it at craft fairs in order to support herself while completing a Masters degree in Studio Art at NYU. Demand for her jewelry quickly grew and in 1982 she launched Michal Golan Jewelry. Today the line has expanded! Shop the collection.