The scarab is the most venerated, the most common and the most familiar of the Egyptian symbols. It represents the disciple, life that has not yet come into existence, that starts its journey trying slowly to unfold its wings until it can flap them quickly. Then, this heavy mass, stuck to the ground, this animal that crawls leaving tracks as if the ground has been scratched, rises up and flies to the sun, transforming itself into Kepher, symbol of the initiate and the master in relation with Amon, the winged sun-disc.
Material - Brass and Copper
Size - 34 X 29 mm / 1.34 X 1.14 inches
Weight - 21 g / 0.74 Oz