Indian wooden batik stamp tea light holder Hamsa Hand - Hand of Fatima
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Beautiful handmade wooden batik stamp, that has been transformed into a stylish tea light holder.
The 'Hamsa Hand', also called 'Hand of Fatima', is a very powerful symbol. It is used for personal protection again evil eye, brings luck and good fortune and it has also a religious meaning in both Islam and Judaism.
A decorative object such as a tea light holder and talisman is always nice to give and receive as a gift!
Traditionally, rosewood is used for making batik stamps, but rosewood is very expensive and difficult to harvest. These tea light holders are made of Chesham wood - also called Sissoo wood - which much more strong and more durable and can be harvested sustainably. Chesham wood is also more economical in price, comparing to rosewood.
Size: 14 x 10.5 x 3 cm approx.
These items are handmade, minimal deviation in size may occur.
Although we do our very best to provide clear pictures, minimal differences in color may occur.