Scarab and Lapis Bracelet - Museum Shop Collection
The ancient Egyptians attached great religious significance to the combination of lapis and gold and to the humble scarab beetle, a symbol of resurrection and eternal life. Regalia made of gold and lapis was believed to place the wearer under the protection of the sun and heaven. Gold was regarded as a divine metal relating to the ancient Egyptian sun god, Re. Lapis was thought to be a sacred stone, its celestial significance represented in the rich blue color of this stone.
Materials: Pewter with gold finish, and Lapis beads. Lobster claw closure.
Length: 7.5 inches
Gift Box included
Made in the U.S.A.