Scarab pendant gold-plated
- Material: Pewter, 24 ct gold-plated
- length 2,5 cm
- width ca. 1,7 cm
- on the back the symbol of the Eye of Horus/ Re in engraved
- including black strap
- delivery with jewellery packing
The Egyptians shared their environment with many animals, birds, fishes and reptiles. Those animals appeared on many objects including sculptures, jewellery and hieroglyphs. Those animals were considered as a part made by the god of the sun and as many earthly versions of many gods.
The scarab symbolises Chepre, the god of sun. The insect itself pushes a ball made of dung and the Egyptians thought, the sun and earth were driven in the same way by a huge beetle.
This scarab pendant is made of lead-free tin and 24 ct gold-plated.
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