HERBS & HEIRLOOMS, Inc.
1709 So. 4th St.         Terre Haute, IN 47802

Serving The Wabash Valley From
Terre Haute, Indiana Since 1994


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We are constantly adding new products and have many additional unique items that are not listed on this website.
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Jewish
Lead Free Fine Pewter Pendants


This is a partial listing of our lead free pewter jewelry. Many of the items at Herbs and Heirlooms are unique and are of limited availability. Our inventory of jewelry is constantly changing, so be sure and come into the store for the best selection and to see what's new.



Pendants come attached to a legend card
with a 33" long cord.
The Hamsa 502

The Hamsa is the Jewish hand of healing. It has a long history among the Semitic peoples. It is an amulet, one believed to ward off the evil eye, or negative energies of any kind. The Hamsa can be decorated with a wide variety of other designs that are intended to offer specific types of protection. Those with eyes, oppose the evil eye; the jealous or envious thoughts of others. Hamsas can be decorated with date palms, symbols of food, and thus associated with prosperity to ward off financial ill fortune. The Hamsa is one of the most popular amulets in the world, and is widely used by other nations that share a history with the Semitic peoples who first used it. May your Hamsa bring you health, wealth, long life and prosperity. 2" height X 1 1/4" width.
The Hamsa 503

The Hamsa is the Jewish hand of healing. It has a long history among the Semitic peoples. It is an amulet, one believed to ward off the evil eye, or negative energies of any kind. The Hamsa can be decorated with a wide variety of other designs that are intended to offer specific types of protection. Those with eyes, oppose the evil eye; the jealous or envious thoughts of others. Hamsas can be decorated with date palms, symbols of food, and thus associated with prosperity to ward off financial ill fortune. The Hamsa is one of the most popular amulets in the world, and is widely used by other nations that share a history with the Semitic peoples who first used it. May your Hamsa bring you health, wealth, long life and prosperity. 1/1/2" height X 7/8" width
The Hamsa 504

The Hamsa is the Jewish hand of healing. It has a long history among the Semitic peoples. It is an amulet, one believed to ward off the evil eye, or negative energies of any kind. The Hamsa can be decorated with a wide variety of other designs that are intended to offer specific types of protection. Those with eyes, oppose the evil eye; the jealous or envious thoughts of others. Hamsas can be decorated with date palms, symbols of food, and thus associated with prosperity to ward off financial ill fortune. The Hamsa is one of the most popular amulets in the world, and is widely used by other nations that share a history with the Semitic peoples who first used it. May your Hamsa bring you health, wealth, long life and prosperity. 1/1/2" height X 13/16" width
The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is one of the oldest spiritual signs in the world. From all over the world, we find tales of a special, magical tree. It stands in the center of the world. It is the first source of life. Its fruit bestows immortality. It grows in Paradise, the first and most beautiful garden of the Earth. Its roots reach into the undrrworld and its top pierces the heavens. It is old since time out of mind. 1 5/16" height X 15/16" width.
Star of David

The Star of David is the crest of the Jewish nation. It emblazoned the shield of King David, who led the Jewish people to conquer the promised land of Israel. The two triangles are symbolic of the fundamental dualities of human life; the most basic relationship in our existance. These include the relationshop of humanity to God, the heavens and the earth, man and woman, life and death, youth and age and many others. Another Cabbalastic meaning is "as above, so below": a statement that points to the essential unity of heaven and earth. The Star of David is one of the deepest symbols in the world, as well as being one of the most widespread. 1 1/16" height X 3/4" width.
The Chai and Star of David
The Chai


Updated 10/19/2016


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