Fashioned from sterling silver and copper, the pendant in this necklace was created in Tibet, and is called a "prayer box". The back is removable, and in the space revealed a tiny scroll of prayers and bits on incense are often housed as a personal talisman for the wearer. Tiny cabochons of turquoise and coral accent the detailed copper face, and I've added a lovely tube if antique salmon coral wrapped in sterling silver below. From there, Tibetan turquoise and sponge coral disks are strung with 14K gold accent beads and clasp. 18 inches in length, waiting for you to fill with secret wishes and prayers of your own.