Art Deco Egyptian Revival Carnelian Scarab Pendant, c.1920This item is unavailable
An incredible Art Deco Egyptian revival Carnelian scarab pendant steeped in symbolism! This Sterling Silver scarab beetle boasts a fiery Carnelian body, engraved wings, and a decorative feathered bale.
In ancient Egypt, the scarab beetle became a symbol of birth, life, death, and resurrection. A perfect example of the Egyptomania which gripped during the 1920s, every crevice of this Art Deco statement pendant is delicately detailed.
ERA: Art Deco c.1920.
MEASUREMENTS: Pendant measures 32mm long including bale.
Pendant itself measures 24mm long x 39mm wide.
Carnelian measures 13.5mm long x 10mm wide.
MATERIALS: Tests as Sterling Silver, Carnelian.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
VERY GOOD. This Art Deco Egyptian revival Carnelian scarab pendant is in very good antique condition. The Carnelian cabochon is smooth to the touch, possesses a rich hue, and remains free from any damage. Her decorative wings are in good condition and have accrued a patina, accentuating all her details. Complete with a decorative bale, she will look a treat suspended from your favourite Silver chain!