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Stone Scarab Pendant ⋅ No. 04

Stone Scarab Pendant ⋅ No. 04

Regular price $420.00
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The scarab beetle, traditionally representing transformation and renewal, immortalized as a mossy Unakite cabochon. The stone rests in a solid 14k gold setting. Our series of stone scarab pendants are sourced from vintage bracelets, in keeping with the scarab's nature of resurrection.

A detail shot of two chain styles. The top is labelled "elongated rolo" and features elongated oval links. The bottom is labelled "petite Figaro" and features curb chain links, with every 4th link in an elongated style, producing a decorative effect.

This pendant is available with two 14k chain options, as shown here: an elongated rolo (top) or petite Figaro (bottom). Please select your preference from the dropdown before adding to cart.

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.

Solid 14k yellow gold and Unakite.

The metals we use are recycled. Click here to explore our Metals Encyclopedia.

Scarab measures 11 x 13mm. The elongated rolo chain option is 1.2mm, while the Figaro chain measures 1.5mm.

The pendant is 18"; other lengths are available upon request.

Only one available. Once sold, it will not be restocked. Production time is 1-3 weeks.


The Heart Scarab of Maruta, ca. 1479–1425 B.C. From the Tomb of the Three Foreign Wives of Thutmose III. 

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