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Victorian 9ct Gold Scarab Beetle Earrings, c.1890

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An incredible pair of Victorian 9ct Gold scarab beetle earrings dating back to the archaeological revival, circa 1890 to be exact! Intricately detailed and perfectly formed, each scarab beetle boasts an iridescent petrol green shell, which glistens and shimmers beneath the light. 

The scarab beetle is known to symbolise the cycle of life and transformation, so these antique earrings would be a fitting piece for anyone experiencing a change in their life. Whether you gift this pair or love them so much you want them entirely for yourself, they are sure to cause intrigue!

Item Details:

ERA: Victorian, Archaeological Revival c .1890

MEASUREMENTS: Earring drop measures 32mm long.
Each Scarab beetle measures 14.5mm long x 11.5mm wide x 6.5mm deep.
Weight: 2g combined. 

MATERIALS: Scarab Beetle, 9ct Gold, Silver (Gilded).
Tests as Gilded Silver settings, 9ct Gold chain and posts.

STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None present. 

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 pair of Victorian 9ct Gold scarab beetle earrings are in very good condition. There is some light wear to the metal, the bright 9ct Gold that would have originally once been there has been worn with time, to reveal a more muted tone somewhere between Silver and Gold. Nevertheless, the scarabs are all in great condition with nice shiny green shells, full of texture. Look under close inspection to reveal glimmering iridescent details in petrol green and shimmering orange! Complete with the later addition of 9ct Gold chains and posts, you can wear these antique beauties safe in the knowledge they'll sit securely and comfortably in your lobes all day long.