Ejay Antiques

Fine antique and vintage jewellery specialists. We provide our customers with truly one-of-a-kind pieces, from 18th century to the Art Deco era and beyond.


Queen Victoria loved spending time in her beloved Scotland, and jewellery of that period depicts many Scottish themes and motifs.


This is an outstandingly beautiful example of a Scottish “luckenbooth’ pendant.


The name “luckenbooth” derives from the Scottish word “lucken” (meaning locking) and “booth” (shop or stall).


These pendants were typically sold from stalls along the Royal Mile in Edinburgh.


They are heart-shaped designs featuring crowns, thistles or other symbols of romance, friendship, love and loyalty.


This one would have been given by a man to his sweetheart.


It is modelled in 15k gold set with rubies, emeralds & pearls featuring a large amethyst heart.


A beautiful piece. supplied with a 9k gold 15 inch belcher link chain.

Additional information


5.7 x 2.4 cm




15k Gold, Amethyst, Emeralds, Pearls, Rubies

Year of Manufacture



Good, Commensurate with age