Khepera's Castle is a mini Treasure Jest box figurine which features a Scarab Beetle, the symbol of the Egyptian God Khepera. Master Carver Peter Calvesbert carved the original mold for this piece in 2001 for Harmony Kingdom of England. After reproducing the model in hand painted boxes made from crushed marble and resin, the pieces were issued for sale on 5/1/2001 and retired on 11/1/2001. The edition size was 3458.
Khepera's Castle has no mouse or inner carving. Peter's face can be made out on the back of the piece. The beetle is holding a knife and fork.
The box figurine is in excellent condition and comes in its original box with a place card and the Harmony Kingdom pamphlet. The model number is TJDB. It measures 1.875 x 1.875 x 2.125 inches. Hallmarks include the copyright symbol, the HBC logo, Pc for Peter Calvesbert, and a fourth I can't make out.
Khepera's Castle is found in The Harmony Kingdom Reference Guide by Leanna Barron on p. 100.