Say ooh (ooh), ahh (ahh)— these good luck earrings, revolve around the hamsa, an ancient Middle Eastern symbol used to keep evil spirits away and invite, among other things, happiness & health. Hamsa, translated as five, refers to the five fingers of the hand. The hands hang playfully atop red (a color traditionally used to ward off evil) and amber Mother-of-Pearl discs with red and amber beads and crystals gracefully dangling below.

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“OMG, how cute are these?

Shabbat earrings—could you die over the little candlesticks? I’m more into the tribal bone look myself, but I seriously love these from, a line of Holy Day-inspired jewelry designed by Judaica superstar Susan Fischer Weis.

Really, you need to check out the whole year—the adorable little shofar for Rosh Hashanah had me squealing like someone put baby bunnies in my sock drawer. And Sukkot’s baby lulav and etrog— lady, you’re killing me! The mini-matzohs and teeny hamantashen are so freakin’ precious I want to become a Hebrew school teacher so I could have an appreciative audience for them.”

—Yo, Yenta!