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A typical Jerusalem stone doorway beckons you to the Jerusalem landscape with a flowery "embroidered" border. Note the traditional cornice with the hamsa (amulet) just barely visible. This 'lucky charm' is a very popular decorative motif and one that can be found in very many of Jerusalem's older stone buildings in the masonry and is a popular item on the walls in most homes. Silver dots highlight the gold-outlined border.

Dimensions: 17 X 26 centimeters (6.25 X 10 inches).

Original: US $250
Giclee: US $100 ($150 including gold and silver ornamentation) GOLD EFFECT

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A detail showing the hamsa.


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