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This is the 16th letter of the Hebrew Alphabet in the old Paleo Hebrew script.
The letter was originally thought to be in the form of a Eye and this can still be seen in this version. In Paleo Hebrew some versions were simply a circle yet this older lesser seen type is more interesting. Some scorces see it as linked to the letter in other languages called Ghayin too.
Ayin has meanings such as Eye, See, Percieve, Insight, Understanding etc.
It has a small loop already in the design so you just need a suitable chain and connecting loop to wear it. Alternatively you could use it as a keyring.
If you would like a smaller or bigger one, or the loop removed etc just ask and it can be sorted.