Antique Scottish Jewellery

From the mid-1800s, Queen Victoria began to frequently travel up to Balmoral in Scotland, and would often bring back Scottish jewellery as a souvenir. Scottish jewellery usually comprises of different coloured agates and carnelian, with the natural graining of the stone showing through.


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Antique Scottish Jewellery

From the mid-1800s, Queen Victoria began to frequently travel up to Balmoral in Scotland, and would often bring back Scottish jewellery as a souvenir.

The fashion of the queen was extremely influential at the time and as such, more people started to purchase jewellery from north of the border.

In fact, many manufacturers in England started to try and replicate Scottish styles.

Scottish jewellery usually comprises of different coloured agates and carnelian, with the natural graining of the stone showing through.

Agate comes in many different colours and their strange ridges often add to their desirability.

These pieces are usually set in silver, although gold is sometimes used instead. Other stones commonly used include jasper, bloodstone and citrines. 

We have selected all of our antique Scottish jewellery by hand so you can rest assured that they are all genuine antiques and of the highest quality.