Hamsa of Endings and New Beginnings | Janus Roman God of Thresholds Clay Wall Hamsa
Hand made clay wall hamsa, featuring a photo cabochon image of Janus, the Roman God of Thresholds. Set into clay with fresh water pearl, ruby, goldstone, silversheen obsidian and an evil eye, this is a perfect accent to celebrate endings and new beginnings. Please note that the nature of silver sheen obsidian is such that it doesn't look the same under all lighting conditions. It is quite black in certain lighting settings and shows it's glittery silver nature when the light passes through the stone at the correct angle. For this reason I had the skylight open to take this photo in order to showcase the sheen properly. Please message me with any questions you might have about this hamsa or anything else you see in my store as I am happy to assist you.
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