A rose gold variant of the white gold cross 'All-Seeing Eye'. The crucifix is decorated with a meaningful symbols and inscriptions praising the Christ and Christianity: 'All-Seeing Eye' or 'The Eye of Providence' comes from Christian iconography. It represents the eye of God watching over humanity. Acronym IHЦI (INRI) represents the inscription 'Іисусъ Назарянинъ, Царь Іудейскій' (Latin: 'Iēsus Nazarēnus, Rēx Iūdaeōrum', or English: 'Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews') placed atop the cross as ordered by Pontius Pilate and IC XC means 'Іисусъ Христосъ' (Church Slavic for 'Jesus Christ'). The reverse of the cross bears the inscription 'Спаси и Сохрани' (Russian for 'Protect and Save'[me, oh my God]) for protection from demonic attacks and negative energy. Due to the size and design of this body cross it is best suited for children and women.