Wire Hamsa Hand Necklace for Allison

by Ellie Williams.
(Marfa, Texas)

Wire Hamsa Hand Necklace for Allison by Ellie Williams  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Hamsa Hand Necklace

I made this necklace with 14 gauge brass wire, black nylon cord and a glass eye-ball bead.

I can see from the pictures I still need to file away a few dings here and there, but after that I will polish it up and then then brush on some ProtectaClear tarnish resistant coating – oh and then I need to mail it to my friend Allison 🙂

Wire Hamsa Hand Necklace for Allison by Ellie Williams  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

I made this necklace with 16 gauge brass wire the first time around, but it felt a little too flimsy, so I scrapped that and started over with 14.

Ellie Williams
Spaghetti Western

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  • Ellie, I’m so impressed with your wire version of the Hamsa hand motif! Especially the way you created the design in the palm of the hand. Allison will love this! 🙂

  • Judith says:

    I like it. Brass in 14 gauge is a bit of a surprise to me.

  • Carol says:

    This pendant is adorable. Great work !

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