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Scottish Jewellery

An eclectic range of Scottish Jewellery, both traditional and contemporary
crafted by renowned Scottish designers, including Sheila Fleet and Ortak
from the Orkney Islands. Our Scottish jewellery range includes, thistle,
runic and Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs as well as Ogham, with
inscriptions from the ancient Ogham language.

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Ortak Jewellery
Scottish Thistle
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Ogham Jewellery
Runic Rings
Scottish Cufflinks
Scottish Charms

Scottish Jewellery

Scotland, the wonderful scenery, extraordinary castles and breathtaking hills triggered a brilliant creative imagination. Scottish designs are undoubtedly powerful, particularly the sought after jewellery from Scotland, expertly handmade by traditional craftsmen.

Scottish Jewellery making commenced in the 16th century. One of the most famed and finest designs is the Luckenbooth brooch. The bride offers it as an expression of love to the groom on their wedding. It also represents a safeguard against evil to the mother and child while the husband's away.

Celtic jewellery is another style well-liked by the Scottish people. It in fact is connected to the Irish way of life, but because of its natural beauty, and the many Scots of Irish descent, the style has also become part of the Scottish Culture.

Among the most renowned Scottish designers are Sheila Fleet and Ortak from the Scottish Orkney Islands. Their jewellery designs are inspired by the dramatic landscapes and traditions of their land, along with the lovely Scottish motifs such as thistles, knotworks, Edinburgh castle etc. and also designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Archibald Knox. The lavish designs are hand crafted in sterling silver, gold or white gold, including earrings, brooches, rings, bracelets, pendants and necklaces.

Scottish Jewellery has without a doubt survived the test of time due to the ferocious pride and patriotism of Scots and the timeless, classic designs. Scottish jewellery will always be popular with Scots and expats but also with those who just love the beautiful craftsmanship and designs.