This necklace was inspired by bronze ornament in the shape of an Ancient harp, was popularly known as "King David's Harp." It is 2 centimeters wide, and it happens to be very similar in shape and form to the symbol chosen to represent the City of David (chosen before the artifact was discovered). The ornament was found during the sifting of the Temple Mount dirt, in Emek Tzurim National Park at the foot of Mount of Olives. His time is unknown. The necklace combines roman glass fragment that originated from glass vessels from the Roman period, the glass was found in archeological excavations and is of great historical value. The special colored layer on the glass is called a patina, it was formed in the depths of the earth following a multi-chemical process.