Calling all Egyptian jewellery collectors, Art Deco Egyptian 18ct Gold Scarab beetle earrings could be everything you have been searching for and more! These lovely ladies are comprised of two scarab beetles crafted from cyan ceramic, inspired by faience ceramic; a ceramic material created in ancient Egypt, dating all the way back to 6000BC!
Each beautiful beetle is hugged by buttery 18ct Gold, oozing opulence from every angle. Complete with Egyptian hallmarks, confirming these 18ct Gold earrings were assayed in Cairo, these are a rare find and not something we usually stumble across here at Lillicoco! You won't want to wait to make these Egyptian earrings yours!
ERA: Art Deco (1920-1939)
MEASUREMENTS: Earrings are 14mm long x 9.5mm wide.
Ear hooks are 8.5mm long.
MATERIALS: Tests as 18ct Gold throughout, Blue Faience.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: Egyptian hallmarks: Cairo Assay stamp, Stalk hallmark for 18ct Gold, date letter 'H'.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
EXCELLENT. These Art Deco Egyptian 18ct Gold Scarab beetle earrings are in excellent condition! Each ceramic Scarab beetle is securely set, with no chips to note. Their blue hue stands out wonderfully, perfect for adding an accent of colour to any attire. The 18ct Gold is smooth to the touch with a beautifully waved bezel edge holding each scarab beetle in place. Each ear hook is the same, slightly shorter length than you would usually see, but rest assured they still sit securely and comfortably within your ear. With Egyptian hallmarks on her ear hooks and bezel setting, these Deco earrings are a fine collector's piece sure to cause intrigue wherever you wear them!