A combination of turquoise, gold and brown beads tzitzit with matching bracelet:
Inspired by a Moabite sister who committed herself to following the ways of her mother in law Naomi after her husband had died. Her name is beautiful and though it is said to mean “Friendship” I really saw a bit more that spoke to her character. Ruth - Rash/Yad/Chat which to mean read as tho her - head/self was driven by her works/actions to protect guard and keep - what she believed and in turn set her apart. She decided to commit her ways to that of the most high and I believe her name is fitting to her as throughout her encounters she was someone who was truly genuinely committed through her actions which was later on rewarded.
'But Ruth said, “Do not urge me to leave you, or to go back from following after you. For wherever you go, I go; and wherever you stop over, I stop over. Your people is my people, and your Alahym is my Alahym.'