Fire from below the water
Scarabs sculpted and cast in sterling, turquoise, bone, and red jasper beads; manufactured ruby. The turquoise represents protection from harm and connection to the spirit world. The Egyptian Scarab is a symbol of Khepri, the early morning symbol of the sun god Ra, an analogy between the beetle's behavior of rolling a ball of dung across the ground, and Khepri's task of rolling the sun across the sky. The sterling element behind the ruby represents wave forms
The leather neckpiece is adjustable.