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Charms

Charms

A stunning range of charms from this most traditional of makers.

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C12 MQS Luckenbooth Charm

C12 MQS Luckenbooth Charm

The traditional style of the Luckenbooth, the betrothal brooch of Mary Queen of Scots and the Dauphin of France, hence the two hearts surmounted by the Crown as she was Queen has been portrayed in this beautiful charm. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).9ct Gold Chain prices can be supplied on request.

From 26.95

C15 St.Martin's Charm

C15 St.Martin's Charm

This brooch represents the head of the St. Martin's Cross of Iona with stunning intricate celtic interlacing. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).

From 24.95

C17 Thistle Badge Charm

C17 Thistle Badge Charm

A traditional Thistle centred within a textured border. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).

From 27.95

C19 Large Celtic Knot Charm

C19 Large Celtic Knot Charm

The over and under twisting of two or more cords is the basis of all Celtic Design, which having no beginning and no ending symbolises everlasting life and this charm is a traditional celtic knot.

From 27.95

C2 Luckenbooth Charm

C2 Luckenbooth Charm

The Luckenbooth design is probably the most romantic in the history of Silver-smithing in Scotland. Said to have been designed as the betrothal brooch (brooches were given on engagements instead of rings in those days) for Mary Queen of Scots from the Dauphin of France, whom she married in 1558, hence the two hearts surmounted by the Crown.

From 24.95

C24 Trinity Charm

C24 Trinity Charm

The Trinity is one of the simplest forms of celtic interlacing yet one of the most recognised. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).

From 24.95

C30 The Galley Charm

C30 The Galley Charm

'The Galley' was an ancient vessel of the seafaring Clans of the Western Isles of Scotland. Illustrations of these galleys began to appear early on, and because pictures were used to tell stories, as with other symbols, so the galley became prominent in family crests, coats of arms and gravestones. The ships with sails set showed Man passing through the storms and tempest of Life, while those with sails furled meant that Man had finished the voyage of life and had reached safe harbour with God.

From 26.95

C38 Small Luckenbooth Charm

C38 Small Luckenbooth Charm

The Luckenbooth design is probably the most romantic in the history of Silver-smithing in Scotland. Said to have been designed as the betrothal brooch (brooches were given on engagements instead of rings in those days) for Mary Queen of Scots from the Dauphin of France, whom she married in 1558, hence the two hearts surmounted by the Crown. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).

From 19.95

C39 Small Celtic Knot Charm

C39 Small Celtic Knot Charm

The over and under twisting of two or more cords is the basis of all Celtic Design, which having no beginning and no ending symbolises everlasting life and this charm is a traditional celtic knot. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).

From 21.95

C42 Modern Thistle Charm

C42 Modern Thistle Charm

A tradtional thistle in a twisted modern design.

From 26.95

C44 Celtic Charm

C44 Celtic Charm

The over and under twisting of two or more cords is the basis of all Celtic Design, which having no beginning and no ending symbolises everlasting life. (The gold version can be viewed in the larger picture).

From 22.95

C50 Seahorse Charm

C50 Seahorse Charm

A charming seahorse.

From 22.95

C80 Zoomorphic Charm

C80 Zoomorphic Charm

A intricate charm with a zoomorphic design.

From 27.95
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