Kenneth Jay Lane scarab pin from the 1960s to 1970s. This amazing scarab pin is a fabulous piece that is a powerful symbol to ancient Egyptians signifying regeneration. Lane's scarab is very well made having a nice gold plated metal foundation that makes up this bug's head, body, and wings. The head has two extending eyes centered by two green glass cabochons. The wings are covered with a celery green brushed enameling and they act as a canopy above the stunning center body design. This design is made up of five prong set lapis lazuli cabochons that also have four amber colored glass cabochons scattered around the motif. The back of this item has a nice pin and locking "C" clasp that holds well and the signature "K.J.L." is on the back in an oval cartouche. This signature dates the pin between the 1960s and 1970s but and the entire piece measures 2 1/4" long by 1 7/8" in width. The scarab has no damage to the enamel or missing gems. A very nice K.J.L. Egyptian Revival scarab pin.