Scarab Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant Talisman with Sterling Silver Chain
Scarab Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant Talisman with Sterling Silver Chain
Scarab Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant Talisman with Sterling Silver Chain
Scarab Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant Talisman with Sterling Silver Chain
Scarab Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant Talisman with Sterling Silver Chain
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Scarab Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant Talisman with Sterling Silver Chain

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Carnelian scarab and sterling silver talisman pendant with sterling silver chain.

Vintage hand carved scarab carnelian gemstone with design underside.

Sterling Silver T design bezel setting.

Scarab Pendant approximately -13 x 17 cm

Sterling Silver chain- 45 cm

Limited edition design, slow batch handcrafted with vintage stones and reclaimed and recycled silver. Eco-consciously produced.

History- in ancient Egypt the scarab amulet provided the wearer with protection and confidence in the knowledge of reincarnation. Thshape of the sacred scarab beetle was carved in stone or moulded in faience or glass, and the flat underside was usually decorated with designs or inscriptions.

Crystal meaning- The ancient Egyptians believed that wearing Carnelian added a sense of vitality to the spirit and body and called Carnelian the “setting sun.” They wore carnelian as an amulet to ward off the evil eye. Ancient Byzantine and Assyrian cultures used Carnelian to give courage both in battle and performances. Other ancient cultures saw carnelian as a stone of good luck. In modern times known as an artist's stone, Carnelian is a rich, warm orange colour that boosts confidence, creativity and the power of true expression