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Egyptian Scarab Necklace, Egyptian Revival Jewelry, Winged Scarab Necklace, Scarab Pendant, Egyptian Necklace

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Egyptian Scarab Necklace, Egyptian Revival Jewelry, Winged Scarab Necklace, Scarab Pendant, Egyptian Necklace

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Chain style: Bead
  • Materials: tibetan silver, hematite, wire, jade, iron pyrite, stainless steel
  • Favorited by: 7 people
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This gorgeous Egyptian Revival Art Deco inspired necklace by Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry features an ornate large 2 1/2 x 1 3/4" silver metal Scarab Beetle with Wings as the focal point of this handmade artisan piece.

Designed and created especially for Actor Alexander Polinsky. Check out his IMDB profile here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0689168/

He is amazing and I am thrilled and honored he loves Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry!

Elegant in design and a perfect addition for anyone's jewelry wardrobe!


It is accented with two 20mm natural iron pyrite flat round beads, ornately carved silver saucer shaped beads and hematite beads. The necklace itself is made with large 10mm dark green natural jade beads strung on heavy, secure wire. Total length measures approximately 24 inches long.

It is finished with a secure lobster claw clasp closure.

The Winged Scarab was originally used as a symbol for birth and rebirth, it quickly evolved to becoming an amulet for protective purposes used in many completely different religions, a seal for officials and later only for decorative purposes.

By far the most important amulet in ancient Egypt was the scarab, symbolically as sacred to the Egyptians as the cross is to Christians. Scarabs were already known in the Old Kingdom, and in the First Intermediate Period the undersides were decorated. They were probably sacred in the Prehistoric Period and had a role in the early worship of animals, judging from the actual beetles that were found stored in jars buried with the deceased and from those found in graves during the time of King Den of Dynasty I. A scaraboid-shaped alabaster box from Tarkhan seems to confirm that the scarab was already venerated at the beginning of Dynasty I. Scarabs are the most numerous amulets and were produced well beyond the dynastic periods.

Scarabs were often a popular amulet worn by Egyptians used to adorn bracelets, wrist cuffs and decorative collars. Even the the tomb of Tutankhamen had a beautiful scarabs adorning it. The symbol of the scarab is found throughout ancient Egyptian paintings, hieroglyphics and carvings. Winged scarabs were placed on the chest of mummies and buried in tombs to facilitate rebirth in the after world. They were also used as amulets for the living and gifts for the dead.

Jade balances body chemistry so anxiety disappears and you are calm and centered. Add the silver scarab talisman to the calming cool to the touch green jade and in that peaceful place, a picnic is spread around you: watermelon, blueberries, bright red cherry tomatoes. When you look up, a flock of brightly-colored birds suddenly lifts skyward. That's the joyous, peaceful feeling "jade" creates when you wear it.

Jade is a symbol of serenity and purity. It signifies wisdom gathered in tranquility. It increases love and nurturing. A protective stone, Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. It stabilises the personality and promotes self-sufficiency. Soothes the mind, releasing negative thoughts. Stimulates ideas. A “dream stone”, Jade brings insightful dreams. It aids emotional release, especially of irritability. Jade encourages you to become who you really are.

Jade aids the body’s filtration and elimination organs. It is excellent for treating kidney problems and adrenal glands. Jade removes toxins, rebinds skeletal and cellular systems, and heals stitches. It assists fertility and childbirth. Jade balances body fluids.
This gorgeous Egyptian Revival Art Deco inspired necklace by Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry features an ornate large 2 1/2 x 1 3/4" silver metal Scarab Beetle with Wings as the focal point of this handmade artisan piece.

Designed and created especially for Actor Alexander Polinsky. Check out his IMDB profile here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0689168/

He is amazing and I am thrilled and honored he loves Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry!

Elegant in design and a perfect addition for anyone's jewelry wardrobe!


It is accented with two 20mm natural iron pyrite flat round beads, ornately carved silver saucer shaped beads and hematite beads. The necklace itself is made with large 10mm dark green natural jade beads strung on heavy, secure wire. Total length measures approximately 24 inches long.

It is finished with a secure lobster claw clasp closure.

The Winged Scarab was originally used as a symbol for birth and rebirth, it quickly evolved to becoming an amulet for protective purposes used in many completely different religions, a seal for officials and later only for decorative purposes.

By far the most important amulet in ancient Egypt was the scarab, symbolically as sacred to the Egyptians as the cross is to Christians. Scarabs were already known in the Old Kingdom, and in the First Intermediate Period the undersides were decorated. They were probably sacred in the Prehistoric Period and had a role in the early worship of animals, judging from the actual beetles that were found stored in jars buried with the deceased and from those found in graves during the time of King Den of Dynasty I. A scaraboid-shaped alabaster box from Tarkhan seems to confirm that the scarab was already venerated at the beginning of Dynasty I. Scarabs are the most numerous amulets and were produced well beyond the dynastic periods.

Scarabs were often a popular amulet worn by Egyptians used to adorn bracelets, wrist cuffs and decorative collars. Even the the tomb of Tutankhamen had a beautiful scarabs adorning it. The symbol of the scarab is found throughout ancient Egyptian paintings, hieroglyphics and carvings. Winged scarabs were placed on the chest of mummies and buried in tombs to facilitate rebirth in the after world. They were also used as amulets for the living and gifts for the dead.

Jade balances body chemistry so anxiety disappears and you are calm and centered. Add the silver scarab talisman to the calming cool to the touch green jade and in that peaceful place, a picnic is spread around you: watermelon, blueberries, bright red cherry tomatoes. When you look up, a flock of brightly-colored birds suddenly lifts skyward. That's the joyous, peaceful feeling "jade" creates when you wear it.

Jade is a symbol of serenity and purity. It signifies wisdom gathered in tranquility. It increases love and nurturing. A protective stone, Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. It stabilises the personality and promotes self-sufficiency. Soothes the mind, releasing negative thoughts. Stimulates ideas. A “dream stone”, Jade brings insightful dreams. It aids emotional release, especially of irritability. Jade encourages you to become who you really are.

Jade aids the body’s filtration and elimination organs. It is excellent for treating kidney problems and adrenal glands. Jade removes toxins, rebinds skeletal and cellular systems, and heals stitches. It assists fertility and childbirth. Jade balances body fluids.

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