A natural scarab beetle set in 18ct yellow gold with ancient egyptian hieroglyphic symbol on the underside of the setting.
The Egyptians saw the Egyptian scarab (Scarabaeus sacer) as a symbol of renewal and rebirth. ... The connection between the beetle and the sun was so close that the young sun god was thought to be reborn in the form of a winged scarab beetle every morning at Sunrise A representation of a scarab beetle can often be seen on amulets made to protect the wearer against evil.
The Egyptian name for the scarab was Kheper, and it appears in many royal names, as in this example, the Cartouche of King Kheperkare, Senuseret I.
This is a one off ring to order for a customer. Sterling silver versons are available with vitreous enamelled silver beetles.
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