Scarab Nugget Bracelet
The scarab beetle rolls its food into a ball, suggesting to the ancient Egyptians the rolling of the all-powerful sun across the sky. Thus the scarab became the symbol of the sun-god.
Scarab Nugget Bracelet by Museum Reproductions
The beetle, which lives underground, was believed to be reborn every day at noon when it came to the surface to take flight. The scarab became the symbol of resurrection and eternal life. To commemorate specific events, a seal was carved in the form of a scarab with the date and event inscribed on its back.
This large pewter link bracelet has an antique silver finish and a carved scarab turquoise nugget drop. Bracelet is about 7 1/2 inches long with a toggle clasp. Scarab is hand carved and 1 inch overall.
Item Number: MR-428W | Approximate Size (Inches): 7.50 wide x 0.50 deep x 1.00 high | Approximate Shipping Weight: 0.25 lbs.