Bronze hand engraved with an eye, the symbol of Hamsa can be traced to Mesopotamia and Phoenicia - a symbol of protection. It was heavily associated with Ishtart or Inanna goddess of the Mesopotamia. And of course also Buddhist teachings on mudra.
This talisman, is double sided - One side, the Hamsa with three lines of power radiating out of it (it's all about protection, have it face inwards or outward...)
The other side has a solar cross carved into it - which I can't go into here, because it would take to long for you to read - maybe I will write a blog post on this.
At the other end of the sterling ball chain is a silver eye with a carnelian iris (great for the solar plexus and sacral chakra). This is a pretty special talisman