These gemstone stacker rings feature a 6mm x 4mm oval carved Scarab Cabochon set on a 14 gauge round oxidized sterling silver wire band, with your choice of stone and a simple or scalloped setting in your desired size.
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Scarabs are a common type of amulet, seal or ring bezel found in Egypt, Nubia and Syria from the 6th Dynasty until the Ptolemaic Period (2345-30 BC). The earliest were purely amulet and un-inscribed: it was only during the Middle Kingdom (2055-1650 BC) that they were used as seals.
Scarabs serve many purposes other than to serve as mere decorations. Over the ages, they have been used to symbolize wealth, used as currency, fashion accessory and also to serve as a form of artistic expression. Precious metals and stones were used from very earl ages as a sign of wealth and opulence. Royalty have always used Scarabs as a means for securing and consolidating wealth and even to the present day, some of the most precious pieces of jewelry are antiques. Royal jewels rank among the most expensive and luxurious assets of all times. Man forms of jewelry that we use today have their genesis as purely functional pieces. Pins, brooches and buckles were initially created to serve specific practical purposes, but they later evolved into more decorative versions and began to be considered as jewelry for adornment.
Stone: Various carved scarabs
Metal: Sterling Silver
This is a made-to-order item that can be ordered in multiple quantities. Estimated time from when an order is placed to when it ships is currently 3-7 business days.
Please note that these rings are handmade and will look similar to the one pictured. The stone will look similar to the one pictured. They are of the earth and each stone is unique. Due to body type, bone structure, and other factors this piece may sit differently on you than it does on the model in the photo.