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Handmade item. Material: Basalt Dimensions:13 L x 9.5 W x 6 cm H 5.12 x 3.74 x 2.36 Inch Scarab Beetle This is a symbolic ancient Egyptian Scarab Beetle that is handmade out of Basalt by highly Skilled Egyptian craftsmen who managed to professionally carve and engrave highly symbolic pharaonic hieroglyphics all around the Beetle’s body in the most artistic and decorative form. It’s handprinted in shades of yellow that resembles the Sun and the Desert. The scarab was considered a lucky charm a so called “amulet”. Its function is to be placed on the heart to protect its adventure to the afterlife. In the ancient Egyptian mummification process, the heart was the only organ left in a body due to their belief that stated that the heart stored the thoughts and memories of an individual that would be needed in the afterlife. That is why a scarab was found placed on the heart of the pharaoh Tutankhamun’s tomb. After many placed experiments from various Egyptologists, the final mystery about the scarab has been able to get solved. The scarab was a famous design for congratulating people and specially on the occasion of birth of a new child, not only that but it meant good luck and was used as jewelry. It is believed that the beholder of the scarab beetle is brought luck upon him.

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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