Ancient Egyptians revered the scarab beetle for its seemingly magical strength and mysterious life cycle. Khepri, an Egyptian god of the early morning with the head of a scarab, was believed to push the sun into the sky at the dawn of each day and down to the underworld at dusk, a myth likely inspired by observing scarab beetles pushing balls of dung across the sand.
Our scarab is based on an antique soapstone bead maternally passed down.
Scarabs lend the power of the this sacred beetle to its wearer, symbolizing creation, life and rebirth.
Scarab is approximately 17mm x 11mm and set atop a 2mm wide knife's edge band
Available in recycled sterling silver or recycled 14k yellow gold.
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Our gold vermeil and solid gold Roma Link styles are often made-to-order. Please allow ~3 weeks for your piece to be created.