Hamsa - Golden Stainless Steel Pendant
Hamsa golden stainless steel pendant. Hamsa, also known as Fatima's hand, is traditionally used as a shield against the evil eye. An elegant accessory that claims to dispel negative energies and bring happiness, luck and fortune. If you are looking for a pendant to complete your necklace, this could be the accessory you are missing. Make your own combination.
- Composition: 316L stainless steel.
- Height: 2.6 cm.
- Width: 1.7 cm.
- Loophole: 0.8 cm.
- Colour: Gold.
100 days to return/exchange
At Dicci we want you to feel comfortable when shopping, so you have one hundred days to make your returns.
If you want to receive the return in money, you will be able to do it in the first 14 days after receiving the product.
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Stainless steel is our top choice when it comes to strength. It does not rust, fade or oxidize. It can be used on the beach, in the pool or in any other environment.
Stainless steel products can be mixed with perfume or skin creams and oils because they will always keep the same color.
If you are looking for an everyday accessory and get bored cleaning your silver essentials, don't even think about other materials. Besides, steel is an affordable material.
So what do you need to worry about? Stainless steel is a really tough material, you just need to polish it once in a while if you want to get rid of minor scratches.
Stainless Steel with gold plating.
If you are looking for a stainless steel piece with a gold plate, we can assure you that it will last a long time too. In some cases, it can last more than 10 years without fading the gold plating. Just keep in mind that this is a gold plating and eventually it will fade faster or slower, depending on how you use the piece.