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Pendant – Hermit Studios – Scottish Thistle

Designed by Dye Devereux.  On adjustable satin cord.  Approximately 1.25 inches in diameter.  Read more about the Hermits: here

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Celtic Knot Secret “spin” Box

Box spins on flat surface to open.  Cool!  Hand burnt and hand painted.  Carved from the Lindenwood tree (cousin to the Myrtlewood) from the Tatra Mountains (Polish Alps).  4.75 by 4.75 by 2.25 inches.

Price: $39.00
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Sterling Silver Queen Mary Luckenbooth Cuff Bracelet

By B.J. Erickson.  Lost wax cast.  Design top measures 36 millimeters (approx. 1.5 inches) across.  Cuff will fit average (7-8 inch bracelet) wrist. A "Luckenbooth" was a Scottish lockable stall or workshop.  These Edinburgh workshops were located on the Royal Mile near St. Giles Cathedral and housed silver and goldsmiths dating back to the 15th century.  Legend holds that the "Luckenbooth Brooch" (featuring a crown above two intertwined hearts) was given by Mary, Queen of Scots to Lord Darnley.  This Scottish symbol is still given and worn today as a token of love and protection.  Click here to learn more about B.J.

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