The scarb beetle is an important part of Egyptian religious and
ceremonial rites.  It rolls balls of
animal dung along the
ground, symbolic of the
Sun's circuit and daily self-renewal
as well as
resurrection.  Used as amulets, scarabs were often
hung around the necks of babies and small children in an effort
to combat the high mortality rate among
the young.

Turquoise colored scarab with poppy jasper and turquoise chain. 
Turquoise symbolizes
joy and delight. Earring have surgical steel wires.               cccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc $35