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Red string bracelet with ceramic hand hamsa



Red string bracelet with hamsa hand will help you join your heart with your partner, while her proteges of bad luck.

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Red string bracelet with ceramic Hamsa hand serves various purposes.

The legend of the red thread

The legend of the red thread shows us that we are all united to a person in life thanks to a red thread that unites us and intended us to find. With this red string bracelet, You can easily find your destined love or, if you found, you can remain united whatever the distance. So you can yourselves on the distances and never find you alone, and that your loved one will always be with you. In this way, your love will grow more and more.

Hamsa Hand

Hamsa hand is a protective amulet that has been used since ancient times. The figures, paints and tattoos Hamsa hand serve to protect pregnant women, protect from the evil eye, etc. This powerful amulet is still very well used today worldwide.

The union of two worlds in a red string bracelet

Thanks to the protective action of Hamsa hand action together with red thread of destiny, both you and your partner you can protect you from bad luck helping to bring good luck to your life. So you can enjoy a life together in long and healthy couple. Be Happy at all times with this lovely bracelet!

The bracelet is made in red thread and is finished in a hand-made ceramic hamsa. This lovely bracelet can be worn without problems both in winter and in summer. As a result, you can use it all year without problems. His ass knot allows you to adjust the wrist so that you can take more or less tight than ever bother you.

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