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Your wishlist has been temporarily saved. Please Log in to save it permanently. A beautiful Vintage scarab beetle bracelet from thes era!
The Ancient Egyptians observed the scarab beetle as it rolled a bit of dung into a ball. The image of the scarab is translated from hieroglyphs to mean "to become" or "to transform. The Pharaoh Tutankhamen was buried with a heart scarab -- a protective amulet, usually of green stone, placed over the heart or on the chest of the deceased.
A large-scale and well-made Egyptian bracelet with inlaid lapis lazuli set in sterling silver. The face of the bracelet is decorated with simple geometric symbolism and a large scarab beetle. Hinges to open and clasps with a pin mechanism. With Egyptian hallmarks.
This vintage Thomas Fattorini bracelet from Carole Tanenbaum features an Egyptian inspiration with lapis blue cabochon stones at the center and enamel accents. Get On The List! Already have an account?
A striking vintage scarab bracelet has arrived for your consideration from an estate sale that I was invited to privately. Measuring 7" in length, it is comprised of five scarab stones carnelian, clear, jade, blue and black. The jade and black have tiny red dots on the stones.
Vintage Lifestyle. How did the dung beetle become sacred to ancient Egyptians and adored by vintage jewelry lovers? According to the Johns Hopkins Archaeological MuseumAncient Egyptians noticed that the rolling of the ball was like the movement of the sun across the sky.