This interesting wooden tealight holder is perfect for lighting up your dining table or adding an ethnic, decorative touch to your living room. It is suitable to hold one standard-sized tealight candle (38 mm).
The hamsa or “evil eye” is considered a symbol of good fortune and luck. Often seen in the Middle East and North Africa, the Hamsa symbol is traditionally considered as a protective talisman. The palm-shaped amulet is often used in jewellery and home decor items.
In Indian culture, Hamsa means "five" and is thought to represent the fingers of our hand. It is considered a symbol for our chakras, energy flow, five senses and mudras that affect them.
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- Ethically sourced Sheesham wood
- White rub finish
- Popular Hamsa design
- Fair Trade
- Made in India
- Approx. Length = 185 mm
- Approx. Width = 120 mm
- Approx. Height = 20 mm
- Approx. depth of tealight area = 14 mm, diameter of tealight area = 41 mm
- Due to the nature of hand-made products, kindly expect slight imperfections. This is not a defect and "Hamsa Tealight Holder - Whitewashed" is non-refundable due to this reason.
- To clean, wipe with a clean dry soft cloth
- Exercise caution when using this item with a burning tealight. Never leave burning candles unattended. Never position or burn on or near flammable, heat sensitive or porous surfaces. Do not place on or near electrical appliances. Avoid draughts. Do not burn candles for longer than 2-3 hours at a time. Keep out of reach of pets and children.