Archival quality giclée print on 250 gsm cotton paper.
Hand finished with gold ink.
Limited to 25 prints worldwide.
Matted, signed and numbered.
Frame not includedIn Ancient Egypt, the beetle Scarabaeus sacer signified life and rebirth, and was intimately linked with the creator god Atum. Precious metals were often forged into the form of a scarab beetle and elaborately painted or decorated with gemstones to be worn as jewellery or carried as an amulet for protection.