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Silver Pendant with 19th Century Persian “Heh” Amulet

Product ID: NCP-IM-35669
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Silver Pendant with 19th Century Persian “Heh” Amulet

Material Silver
Dimensions 2x2cm
Estimated processing time: 3-5 Business Days.
Your order's processing time is the estimated number of days that it will take for your order to be prepared for shipment from our Israel-based fulfillment center.

Silver Pendant with 19th Century Persian “Heh” Amulet

This silver pendant features a traditional Persian design and has a large Hebrew letter “Heh” in the center that is an abbreviation for the divine name of G-d.

This silver pendant has been inscribed on the front with a Hebrew letter “Heh” and is surrounded by inscribed liens and a floral pattern. The Hebrew letter on this pendant is an abbreviation for the four letter “Ineffable” name of G-d and serves as a form of divine protection from evil and misfortune. This pendant has two loops at the loops so it can be connected to a chain and worn on the body. This item was made as a replica of a 19th Century Amulet made in Persia with an identical inscription and style. This item is a great gift for the frequent traveler!



This pendant comes with a certificate from the Israel Museum as well as a small pamphlet with background information in Hebrew and English.

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