Pewter Luckenbooth Thistle Brooch
Pewter Luckenbooth Thistle Brooch

Pewter Luckenbooth Thistle Brooch

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
3 Customer reviews
  • Longstanding Scottish symbolism abounds in this brooch. The luckenbooth (representing loyalty, love, and friendship) nestled into a Scottish thistle (representing the bravery and nobility of Scotland)
  • Made from solid, polished pewter and measures 1.5 inches wide at its widest point
  • Fine intricate detailing and a quality-made accessory to wear on any occasion
  • Great gift for a dear friend, loved one, or relative to connect with Celtic roots and heritage

$20.00

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    • Tartan Jewelry Bag

      $10.00
      • Customizable tartan jewelry gift bag
      • Measures approximately 4inches wide by 5.5 inches long 
      • Pull string closure to keep your treasures safe
      • bring tartan culture to everyday used
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Pewter Luckenbooth Thistle Brooch

The luckenbooth symbol dates back to 17th century Scotland, originating with the luckenbooths, where trinkets and jewelry like this would be sold. The luckenbooth symbol features a heart, crown, and hands, representing love, loyalty, and friendship, respectively. This brooch features the luckenbooth symbol nestled into the world-famous Scottish thistle symbol, denoting bravery and courage, a great gift for anyone near and dear to your heart. 

Metalworkers make each brooch from solid, polished pewter, measuring 1.5 inches wide at its widest point. You will love the fine detailing, the deep symbolism behind it, and the excellent quality craftsmanship!  

 

Weight 0.02 lbs

3 reviews for Pewter Luckenbooth Thistle Brooch

  1. Sissa

    Lovely pin – arrived very quickly. Will be a nice addition to my Burns Supper outfit.

  2. Judith

    Beautiful. Arrived in time for St. Andrew’s Day.

  3. Stephanie

    This pin is wonderful! Fantastic detailing and great quality! I can’t wait to give it to my best friend who recently got married. (Yes, I know, the groom should have given it to her but it’s a tradition I know she’ll love given her Scottish roots.) I can’t wait to watch her pass this down to her children!

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