This piece provides strength in dealing with addiction. The exterior shows a riot of seashells representing the obsessive compulsive; a Tibetan amulet hides his face in shame, an Indian god speaks to the anger and pushing away, the carved crickets are bugs that must be heard. Inside, a copper tree represents the family and one’s backbone: the roots of one’s upbringing, and in the branches a prayer box - the focus of divinity. A butterfly represents the metamorphosis of spirit once the addiction is conquered. .Intricate seashell mosaic Antique Tibetan silver prayer box, copper tree, jade carved offering bowl, sterling silver findings, early 20th C Japanese horn carving of tree matter and crickets, Tibetan amulet and Indian sterling pendant.