The Hand of Hamsa
The Hand of Hamsa Cufflinks
An ancient Middle Eastern motif, symbolising good fortune for the wearer of this distinctive cufflink design.
This ancient depiction of an upturned hand is also known as the Hand of Fatima. With its vivid depiction of an open palm and two, symmetrical thumbs, the hand is believed to give the wearer success, good health, good fortune and harmony in their life. It also offers protection from the evil eye. As a symbol, it crosses cultures, and its origins and meaning vary accordingly. The name comes from the hand’s five fingers. It is symbolic of the five senses in Judaic culture, and of the Five Pillars of Islam. It is a timeless design, perfectly captured here in gold relief.