Gold Curtains with Hamsa on black
Indian cotton curtains handmade from the gold tapestry Hamsa black.
The golden curtains are opaque, but translucent. A curtain in black provides darkening in the room, but the thin fabric lets sunlight through.
On the upper edge, each curtain scarf has sewn loops for hanging on any standard curtain rod.
approx. 200 cm long + approx. 10 cm loops.
approx. 230 cm wide, consisting of two parts.
These Mandala curtains consist of a pair of two curtain scarves, which. when closed. show the full mandala.
Both parts of the curtain have sewn loops. This allows the curtain to hang on any curtain rod without the need for additional curtain rings.
Artfully handmade in Rajasthan, India.
What is the significance of Hamsa?
Hamsa is an ancient cultural symbol. It is said to bring good luck and give strength. In addition, the hand with the central eye protects from the evil eye and from Djinnie.
The hand of Fatima, also Hamsa (Arab. “five”) shows 5 fingers, the thumb and the little finger are shown the same size and point outward.
The hand is surrounded by an oriental pattern of flowers and ornaments.
Read our blog-post about the History and Meaning of Hamsa, the holy hand →.