Hamsa Hand Necklace
This simple yet chic, Hamsa hand necklace is perfect for everyday styling. Either worn singularly or layered for a more dramatic look.
The hamsa hand (Arabic) or Hamish hand (Hebrew) is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the envious or evil eye. The words hamsa and Hamish mean "five" and refer to the digits on the hand.
Handcrafted in sterling silver, each necklace is adorned using Latelita London multifaceted white zircons to provide dazzling sparkle from day to night.
- Finished with a lobster clasp, and size adjuster.
- 925 sterling silver, dipped in 22ct gold, 22ct rosegold or rhodium.
- Length 40 – 45cm.
This item is presented in a Latelita London signature packaging
To maintain your jewellery, wipe gently with a damp cloth that is soft and clean. Do not soak in water. Avoid contact with soaps, detergents, perfume or hair spray.
Shop Consciously at Priest London.
The impact of fashion is the third most polluting industry in the world. When shopping for new items, being conscious means ensuring you know where your clothes come from and the impact they have on the environment. We've gathered most of the materials used at Priest London below to help you track your fashion footprint - Each material has a footprint that they leave on the earth, so purchase quality pieces that have minimal impact on our planet.
1KG of Cotton
Impact: 1KG of Cotton takes 10,000l water & 28kg carbon to produce.
1KG of Linen
Impact: 1KG of Linen takes 2,067l water & 15kg carbon to produce.
1KG of Polyester
Impact: 1KG of Polyester takes 78l water & 21kg carbon to produce.
1KG of Silk
Impact: 1KG of Silk takes 58,150l water & 25kg carbon to produce.
The alternative: Peace silk, Organic silk
1KG of Viscose
Impact: 1KG of Viscose takes 3,829l water & 30kg carbon to produce.
The alternative: Lyocell & Responsibly sourced viscose. Also see Priest London garments made from organic cotton, hemp, and linen, and ensure natural dyes are used
1KG of Wool
Impact: 1KG of Wool takes 2,237l water & 46kg carbon to produce.
The alternative: Organic & Recycled wool