This delightful scarab ring dates to around the 1930's when Egyptian designs were all the rage, thanks to the discovery of King Tut's tomb in 1922. A sizable (19 x 13 mm) carved turquoise colored stone scarab is artfully mounted in an ornate 14k rose gold frame that transitions into graceful papyrus flower shoulders and a reeded shank. A rare and exotic beauty! Size 5.25.
Weight: 11.3 grams
Measurements: sits 9 mm off of the finger, 1” long