Scarab novelty ring

    SKU: cmcn329540

    £2.50 Members' price *


    A novelty ring with an Egyptian scarab design.

    The scarab was a powerful amulet (good luck charm) symbolising regeneration and was used a great deal by the Egyptians in their jewellery. It was often inscribed with further amulet signs to protect the wearer.

    Ideal as a souvenir gift.

    More about scarabs

    In ancient Egypt, the scarab (dung beetle) was associated with the rising sun and eternal existence. This is because the insect pushes a ball of dung around - and the Egyptians thought the sun was propelled around the earth in the same way, by a giant beetle.


    Product code: cmcn329540
    Exhibition: Ancient lives
    World culture: Ancient Egypt
    Age suitability: Age 3+
    Details: Made from lead-free pewter plated in 22ct gold. Supplied with a historical information card.
    Size: 2.4cm x 2.4cm x 1cm
    Weight: 0.01kg
    Standard UK delivery: 5 working days. Overseas times may vary

    This price is inclusive of VAT

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    Delivery & returns

    Delivery charges: are calculated depending on the weight (kg) and destination of the order. The order total is displayed on the payment page before you confirm your order.

    Estimated Delivery times:
    UK and Europe: 5 - 14 working days.
    Rest of the world: 10 to 28 working days.

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