Beetle totem animal history: There are over 280,000 different kinds of beetles and the most varied of insects. As many are familiar the Egyptians revered the scarab (sacred) beetle for several reasons; their habit of rollig dung from east to west, representing movement of the sun and solar deities. The beetle goes through many changes throughout their life; from grub stage to winged. In the Middle Ages, alchemists drew the scarab in diagrams of the double spiral,
which leads to the center of the universe. The Scarab brings new life and vitality. It can teach you how to pace yourself through the seasonal changes of the year. Also, gives insight into past lives and spiritual enlightenment.
This beetle was found near my car in August when I was moving to a new home, shortly after I came across many beetles; at the time I was in a stage of transition and growth. This beetle is male due to the horn and is very rare to find. I feel quite lucky that beetle came into my life.
Crystal measures 1.75 inch in length.
***Currently in size 6.5***
Custom orders can be made for this ring, please email me with correct ring size. Ring can come with a variety of stones/crystals, message me your preference.
It can be cast entirely in brass, manganese bronze or sterling silver.
****Price varies by metal & stone, please email me your preference.
Caring for gold plated jewelry:
Keep it out of soaps, water, and chemicals. When you are not wearing it, place it into a plastic zippy bag to prevent the metal from oxidizing. If you follow these two important steps, the gold plating will last for years. If it happens to come into contact w/ water or soap, overtime, the setting will have an antiqued gold look.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery. This is a custom order.
Your order will arrive safely packaged in bubble wrapped Eilisain sticker and comes with a hand screenprinted totem card with the corresponding animal.
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