Very rare, one of a kind!
Probably at least 100 years old.
Quality of museum item.
A large amulet against the evil eye for hanging on the wall.
Decorated with strands of coins from the Ottoman period.
Two spinning arms, one decorated with a crescent, the other with a long silver rhyme (symbol of male and female) and two silver bells ringing together with 10 coins to exorcise demons and evil spirits.
With a fish, a symbol of fertility.
The inscription "Ben Porat Yosef ben Porat Ali Ein" comes from the blessing of Jacob our father to the sons of Yosef(Josef), Menashe and Ephraim, that they will not be controlled by the evil eye.
Sign at least 7 different signatures on different parts.
All parts are made of high purity silver.
The Ottoman coins are made of silver alloy.
Ready to be worn or displayed.
STAMP/MARK: Various stamps not identified.
Tested with acid for testing of silver and found to be of high quality sterling silver.
WEIGHT: 192 g
DIAMETER: 13.5 cm , 5.31 inch
LENGTH with tassel: 18.5 cm , 7.28 inch
CONDITION: good . Please look at the pictures they are parts of description.