This Hamsa artwork by artist Justine Kuran is made using a paper-working technique called ‘quilling’.
The Hamsa is a Middle Eastern symbol for luck and protection. If you choose to hang your artwork fingers up, you will receive protection, and hand down will bring you luck.
This artwork is framed and can be displayed hanging or standing. Frame dimensions 18cm x 23cm
This teal on black artwork is a special edition to coincide with the Museum’s exhibition Jews from Islamic Lands.
A limited number of alternate colours are available- call shop for details.