We are overjoyed to be an official Palas jewellery stockist! I personally own many of their pieces, the quality is absolutely amazing.
I have selected 3 charms as part of our first Palas collection - all holding special meaning and complementing each other well so you can add more than one to your bracelet or necklace.
The Hamsa and evil eye symbols hold special significance for me and many others. They are powerful protection symbols that have been used throughout the ages and even crossed cultures, bringing the wearer happiness, luck, health and good fortune.
The Hamsa hand symbol is originally of ancient Middle Eastern origin, symbolising the hand of God with the intention of warding off the 'evil eye'. Other cultures attach different meanings to the symbol, with Hindus and Buddhists believing it represents the connectedness of the chakras and energy flow throughout the body with the five senses.
The evil eye symbol is also originally of Middle Eastern origin but has also been seen across Hindu and Buddhist cultures, and again has a purpose of protection against the 'evil eye' - originally a curse that could be cast with a glance, but has evolved to mean general bad luck or evil spirits.
This detailed charm is 12 x 15mm in size and is handcrafted from solid brass, sterling silver and a blue Swarovski crystal in the centre to resemble the evil eye.