Scarab novelty ring

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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
  • Dimension: 2.4cm x 2.4cm x 1cm
  • SUBTITLE: British Museum
  • Exhibition: Ancient lives
  • Illustrations: Ancient lives
  • Details: Made from lead-free pewter plated in 22ct gold. Supplied with a historical information card.
  • Weight: 0.01 Kg

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
  • Weight: 0.01 Kg