Celtic Luckenbooth ring inspired by the historic double-heart charm, gifted between lovers in 18th Century Scotland, purchased at the LuckenBooth on the Royal Mile in the Scottish capital city, Edinburgh. Often these tokens were sewn inside dresses or coats to be kept safe and worn close to the heart.
Iona is a wondrous, tranquil island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, of great and sacred significance in the history of Scotland.
The island became an important pilgrimage destination as far back as the 6th Century, when St Columba arrived from Ireland and founded a monastery there.
Several kings of Scotland, Ireland and Norway are buried on Iona. The beautifully preserved Celtic Abbey dates back to the 12th Century. Iona stone, a rare and treasured green sea-washed pebble, can be found on Iona’s beaches.
Paisley is a Scottish town in the historic county of Renfrewshire, in the central lowlands of Scotland. In the 12th century, Paisley came to prominence when the important medieval Paisley Abbey was established. By the 19th century, Paisley had become known for its progressive textile manufacturing and as a center of the weaving industry. The iconic, world-renowned floral-inspired Paisley pattern originated in Paisley at this time.
Stunning Eco-Bridal engagement ring named after the Scottish island of Bressay. An elegant, low-set four-prong design handmade entirely from 100% recycled gold, featuring a brilliant-cut Eco-Grown diamond center and graduated pave diamond shank, as well as two ‘secret’ diamonds hidden on either side of the setting beneath the center stone. Available in two color 14K or 18K gold (or Platinum) combinations as shown, or all one color metal.