This multi-stone scarab bracelet is truly fit for a pharaoh! Starting in the late 19th century, the Egyptian Revival was, itself, revived after the opening of the tomb of Tutanhkamen in 1922. Egyptian themes, like the scarab, quickly became a staple of the Art Deco period. Fittingly, the scarab represents rebirth. This bracelet, with its carved scarab cabochons, is a gorgeous example. It’s a subtle statement piece appropriate for any occasion that will have you channeling your inner Cleopatra!
Dimensions: 7 1/4” x 3/8” (19cm x 1.1cm)
Materials: Jade (green- approx. 10.25ct), Topaz (white- approx. 11ct), Carnelian (red- approx. 8.5ct), possibly Iolite (blue- approx. 8.25ct), Onyx (black- approx. 7.75ct), possibly Agate (pink- approx. 7.75ct) and Tiger’s-Eye (brown- approx. 8.5ct)
Metal: 12K gold filled
Marks: 1/20 12KT GF
Condition: Excellent vintage condition