Peggy H. Davis Calligraphy
A popular symbol for good luck, the hamsa in Mediterranean folklore keeps away the "ayin hara," the evil eye. These matted prints are giclée prints, printed on rag paper which is specially treated for our archival inks. The colors are vivid. Mat colors may vary from those shown. Each matted print is enclosed in a sealed acetate envelope with a hanger on the back of the bag, ready to hang on the wall. Also available in brushed goldtone metal frame.
The Garden Hamsa above evokes spring, abundance and the Garden of Eden in a good luck symbol traditional in the Metditerranean and Middle East. Archival print on rag paper.
The Earth Hamsa above brings this symbol of good luck from the Middle East to create a wish for blessings for the entire earth. Archival print on rag paper.
The Copper Hamsa above combines this Middle Eastern symbol of good luck with a traditional style of medieval illumination. Archival print on rag paper.
The Dove Hamsa above brings together this symbol of good luck with the dove, a traditional symbol of peace, from the story of Noah and the Ark in the Bible. You may choose it with the words "Shalom" (in Hebrew) and "Peace" at the bottom. Archival print on rag paper.
The Torah Hamsa above combines a number of Sabbath symbols: