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Luckenbooth pin w/smoky quartz.  this Scottish love token goes back to at least the 1600s. Luckenbooths were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. They were later pinned to the shawl of the first baby to protect it from evil spirits.

Luckenbooth pin w/smoky quartz. this Scottish love token goes back to at least the Luckenbooths were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. They were later pinned to the shawl of the first baby to protect it from evil spirits.

Mary Queen of Scots Luckenbooth Brooch:  Called the Luckenbooth because they were sold from the locked booths of the Royal Mile, adjacent to St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, this type of love token goes back to at least the 1600s. Luckenbooths were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. They were later pinned to the shawl of the first baby to protect it from evil spirits.

Mary Queen of Scots Luckenbooth Brooch - tradition dates back to the

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Victorian Luckenbooth: Scottish brooch of engraved silver in the shape of two hearts entwined, given as a love token to the bride by the groom on their wedding day, and subsequently pinned to the shawl of the first baby to protect it from "evil spirits".

26.00. The luckenbooth brooch is a traditional Scottish love token: often given as a betrothal or wedding brooch. It might be worn by a nursing mother as a charm to help her milk flow,and/or be pinned to a baby's clothing to protect it from harm. It was known as a witch-brooch by people using it to save children from the evil eye. Sterling Silver. For India.

The luckenbooth brooch is a traditional Scottish love token: often given as a betrothal or wedding brooch. It was known as a witch-brooch by people using it to save children from the evil eye.

Antique (circa Victorian silver Scottish agate granite Luckenbooth brooch pin, grey granites from Aberdeen and pink granite from Kemney in Aberdeenshire.

Luckenbooth Brooches from Edinburgh, Scotland (in the 1700's) were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. Features two intertwined hearts - Scotland's Thistle and Mary Queen of Scot's crown. <> (Scottish, celtic, celts, jewelry)

A traditional Scottish luckenbooth is usually given to the bride by the groom as a wedding gift or as a token of love before the wedding. If the couple pins it to the garments of their first born baby it is said the family will be lucky.

The luckenbooth brooch is a traditional Scottish love token:[1] often given as a betrothal or wedding brooch

The luckenbooth brooch is a traditional Scottish love token: often given as a betrothal or wedding brooch. It might be worn by a nursing mother as a charm to help her milk flow, and/or be pinned to a baby's clothing to protect it from harm.

Large Bronze Scottish Thistle Penannular Cloak, Kilt, Scarf, Shawl, Sweater Pin

Large Bronze Scottish Thistle Penannular Cloak, Kilt, Scarf, Shawl, Sweater Pin

3 Hearts One Love Luckenbooth Pendant  10K Gold by celticstudio, $349.98

The largest selection of Three Hearts One Love Luckenbooth jewellery items in the world.

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