Luckenbooth Brooch

The Luckenbooth Brooch gets its name from the locked jewelry booths which were situated along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland, where the brooch was commonly sold. The Luckenbooth is a symbol of love and may be given as a gift by either party as a token of their everlasting love. It is customary for the Groom to give a Luckenbooth to the Bride on their wedding day. And the Luckenbooth was thought to fend off evil. The M found in some designs is thought to be inspired by Mary Queen of Scots who gave a Luckenbooth to one of her lovers.

The Luckenbooth Brooch measures 1 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches. Pewter, made in Scotland.


  • Model: A2
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4lbs
  • Manufactured by: Art Pewter

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