Scarab Egyptian pendant

Item number: 21037

The scarab hangs on a moveable eye on a long black leather strap and brings luck to its new owner. In Egypt many animals were considered as a part of the 'world's system' made by the god of sun and as an earthy version of many gods. The scarab symbolises Chepre himself the god of sun.

Category: Pedants


6,99 €
≈ £ 6.42

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping (Warenpost)

available for order

Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays

Piece
 



period:
material:

Pewter

Shipping weight:
0,03 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width ):
2,50 × 1,70 cm

Luck and protection for everyone

Yes and no: The scarab may be stemming from the dung beetle, but it is a lot more than just a simple beetle.

The scarab was considered by the ancient Egypts as sacred and they worshiped it as a lucky charm. The balls of dung, which the scarabs pushed, to the very advanced culture close to the Nile symbolised the sun and thus they identified those kenn beetles with their god of sun Re.

  • material: pewter
  • length 2,5 cm
  • width ca. 1,7 cm
  • on the back of the pendant is a symbol: the Eye of Re
  • with black strap

The Egypts knew, why they worshiped the scarabs as lucky charms. It wasn?t necessary being a follower of Old Egyptian religion for feeling, that as well this treasure owns a very special aura, which breathes vivid history. 

Therefor it is recommended to everybody, who likes owning pretty things and would like to experience history in a personal way, open home and doors to this scarab, that it brings good luck to its new owner as well. 

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