Decorate your home with a beautiful steel laser-cut burgundy hamsa with a soothing mandala design from Israeli Judaica artist Dorit.
This classic Israeli design is a fun way to add a touch of the Holy Land’s spirit to your home or office. The Hamsa is a popular Israeli design motif, and it is used in home decor and jewelry. The hand-shaped amulet symbolizes the hand of God. It is a fun way to remember God in all our daily activities.
Dorit has decorated her stainless steel laser-cut hamsa with soothing shades of burgundy and grey in a circular mandala design. The result is a peaceful hamsa that is suitable for any environment. It is easy to hang and instantly gives your space an Israeli touch!
Dorit’s Burgundy Mandala Hamsa makes a lovely addition to your home or a thoughtful gift for a loved one.
- 27 x 17.5 cm / 10.69 x 6.88 inches
- Stainless steel
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Dorit is a sabra, a native-born Israeli. She was raised in a religious Zionist home and is a practicing religious Jewish woman.
For Dorit, her Jewish faith is the wellspring of her art. She harvests ideas and concepts for creation from her religious life. She is inspired by religious texts, verses, prayers, and blessings and loves to incorporate them into her designs.
She loves creating products that will enhance the lives of her community of fans. Dorit began her career in commercial graphic design but found that her hobby of designing and creating Judaica was growing, and she decided to take a leap of faith and make her hobby her profession!
Dorit and her team utilize techniques and tools from graphics, traditional laser cutting, and patterned decorative work. She includes Jewish texts from her upbringing. She and her team create a unique and fascinating combination of shapes and hues, decorations, and letters old with new, traditional with modern. It is vital to Dorit that every product she makes is innovative, containing features or utilizing materials and techniques which have never been used before.
Her studio is located in Petach Tikva, adjacent to her home. She likes to create a family atmosphere for her dedicated team. Together they create, dream, work, and give thanks to God that they can use their gifts and talents in a meaningful way.