Sterling Silver Scottish Thistle Jewelry
Sterling Silver Scottish Thistle Jewelry

Sterling Silver Thistle Charm, Scottish Thistle Medallion

Your Price : $19.95
In Stock
Part Number:SE-1767

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Jewelry Customization
Charm with Jump Ring Only
on 16" SS Chain & Boxed [+$16.00]
on 18" SS Chain & Boxed [+$18.00]
Single Sterling Earring [+$3.00]
Sterling Silver Scottish Thistle Medallion Charm or Necklaces
Overall Charm-Pendant Size, approx : 18mm x 14mm = ~3/4" x 9/16" diameter
Metal : .925 Silver - Solid Sterling Silver
Made in the USA
Charm and pendant measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
Sold by Charm, Earring(s) or Necklace on your choice of chain length -- please see last picture for current chain style.
made in the usa

> You can Customize this Scottish Thistle Charm into a Necklace -- Choose your Sterling Silver Chain (see last pic for current style) length. When selecting on SS Chain, your Solid Sterling Silver Thistle Necklace will come Boxed and ready to wear or gift.

- Thistle Symbolism - The thistle survives where others won’t -- and often this is surviving harsh conditions.

Though some see only it's symbology associated with Pain and Sorry (Christ's crown of thorns), the Thistle -- with its natural protection of pointy protrusions -- has over the centuries represented Protection, Strength, Protection, Hex Breaking, Healing, and the Ability to Survive During Adversity.

In the language of flowers, the thistle is a symbol of Nobility of Character.

The legend behind the protection of the Scots through the thistle takes place during the Nordic evasion of great Britain. An invading Viking army was trying to sneak up at night upon a Scots army encampment – during this, a barefoot enemey stepped upon a thistle, which caused him to cry out loud of pain and thus alerted the Scotts. 'In gratitude, the plant became known as the Guardian Thistle and was adopted as the symbol of Scotland', is stated on the Scottish tourism page.