A Scottish symbol of love and luck, a Luckenbooth was given as a token of love, and worn as a charm to bring good luck, ward off evil spirits, and fend off the attention of mischievous fairies. Usually consisting of a crown and one or two hearts they were usually sold as brooches from the “locked booths” of jewelers along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh beginning in the 17th century.
We’re offering our Luckenbooth design etched into glass, with inspiration from the clean lines and motifs of Scandinavian folk design (after all, the Vikings spent their share of time in Scotland). We wish you much love and luck in its use!
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