This Thistle Heart Necklace emdodies the heart and soul of Scotland. Two purple thistles, the National flower of Scotland form a beauitful heart shape symbolic of ones love of Scotland. This beautiful Thistle Heart Necklace would make any Scottish Lass proud to wear.
“My heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart’s in the Highlands a chasing the deer – A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe; My heart’s in the Highlands, wherever I go.” – Robert Burns
These Thistle Heart Earrings embody the heart and soul of Scotland. Two purple thistles, the National flower of Scotland form a beauitful heart shape symbolic of ones love of Scotland. Any Scottish lass would be proud to where these Thistle Heart Earrings.
The Irish term “Tis Herself” is an affectionate expression in both the Irish and Scottish language, denoting a woman of importance, usually the lady of the house. It is suggestive of someone announcing the appearance of royalty. ‘Tis herself is usually meant in jest, for a female who thinks she is more important than she really is. It’s sort of a joke. But as we all know every lady of the the house is really the Queen of home.
- Our Herself Necklace is sterling silver with a gold plated shamrock.
- It hangs from a sterling silver chain.
- The Herself necklace length measures approximately 18 inches long.
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This regal Luckenbooth Thistle Heart necklace has a purple thistle heart design surmounted by the crown of Mary Queen of Scots. The Scotch Thistle is the national flower of Scotland. The Luckenbooth is one of the most romantic traditions from Scotland’s rich history. (#OUTLANDER) Luckenbooths as love tokens are given by a groom-to-be to his betrothed to pin to her dress on their wedding day. The Luckenbooth would then be pinned to the blanket of the first-born child for good luck and to protect from evil spirits.
The Luckenbooth is a Scottish symbol of love, dating back to the 17th century and often given as a token of betrothal, affection and friendship. It is usually in the shape of a heart or two entwined hearts symbolizing love and with a crown to symbolize loyalty. Luckenboothes were sold from shops or “locked booths” in Edinburgh’s Royal Mile hence the name Luckenbooth.
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