Shell symbolizes a successful journey and good
A golden sunset shimmers upon a languorous evening ocean tide,
as gentle waves roll into a quiet and serene cove. A treasure from King Neptune's bounty is left on the sand by the
hands of the waves, awash with ocean droplets glittering in the last crimson and gold rays of the sinking
A mystical conch shell, ambient of the gods of the waters (such
as the Roman god, Neptune; the Greek god, Poseidon; and the Hindu god, Vishnu) and associated with the moon, is
detailed here with its mysterious folds, ridges and a stylised spiral. A spray of sea leaves and petite blossoms
patterned with inner pineapple line work, frame the conch, upon a pillow of ocean kissed sand.
Placed to one side, is a decorative border of creeper and conch
shell motifs turned on their other side, further capturing the intricacy of their convoluted lines in a stylised
form. This auspicious shell has long beheld the sounds of the kingdom beneath the waves and is used in many
cultures as a ceremonial horn. Shells are symbolic of a successful journey and good fortune. But spiritually, the
conch symbolises creation and transience.