As Mary was at one time Queen of both Scotland and France, and famously claimed to be the righful monarch of England, the design features the Thistle of Scotland, the Rose of England and the Fleur De Lis of France, all set in two entwined hearts, surmounted by a Royal Crown. This unique shape is based on the famous Luckenbooth design that was made popular in Scotland in Mary's time.
This beautiful pendant will delight lovers of all things Scottish, and the romantic and tragic tale that was Mary Queen of Scots, and will make an ideal gift and a lasting momento for yourself or someone you love.
Crafted entirely of 925 sterling silver, it is despatched to you complete with a 16" sterling silver chain extendable to 18", in an attractive black and gold gift box.
Mary Queen of Scots is, arguably, Scotland's most famous monarch. Her short, tempestuous life encompassed more drama, romance and tragedy than even a modern day romantic novelist could envisage.
A tall, strikingly beautiful woman, by the age of only seventeen she had already been Queen of Scotland, engaged to the Crown Prince of England, married to the King of France (then one of the wealthiest countries on earth) orphaned and widowed!
Size (approx) - 23.0mm x 16.0mm.
|Size (approx)||23.0mm x 16.0mm..|