The Lion Rampant is a medieval Scottish symbol that dates back to 1222. According to legend, “William the Lion” was the first to hold this symbol up high in a yellow and red banner.
Scots would from then on use the symbol in their shields, flags, and coat of arms. The Lion Rampant identified Scottish troops during the Anglo-Scottish wars (14th to the 16th century) and was a symbol of honor for the army.
To this day you find the symbol raised high at Holyrood Palace, in Scottish castles, and by fans in football matches.
More Lion Rampant jewelry
If you are looking for more options, check out our full collection of Lion Rampant jewelry in the links below:
- Lion Rampant ring in sterling silver and 10k gold
- Large Lion Rampant ring in sterling silver and 10k gold
- Lion Rampant oval pendant in sterling silver
- Lion Rampant rectangle pendant in sterling silver
- Lion Rampant rectangle pendant in sterling silver and 10k gold
- Small Lion Rampant rectangle pendant in sterling silver and 10k gold
Looking for Celtic jewelry? Keith Jack is a Scotsman brought up on majestic tales of the Celts in Scotland. And these stories live on in his handcrafted jewelry described below:
Double Hummingbird Post Earrings
The Celts believed hummingbirds were diligent messengers. In their eternal search for nectar, the hummingbird symbolizes courage and joy since they toil away to gain the sweetness of life.
Guardian Angel Pendant
Not only do the Christians believe in guardian angels. So did the Celts and this pendant will protect you on your journeys.
The Celts believed guardian angels traveled from the spiritual realm into our world in many forms, meaning anything in nature can be a guardian angel overlooking your path.
Dew Drop Gateway Pendant
The Celts believed the universe was made up of multiple, intertwined realms. And that all living things were connected energetically.
This gateway pendant symbolizes this path towards new, unexpected worlds (and possibilities).
Double-headed dragon pendant
Dragons are infused with energy and the Celts believed they formed ley lines as they flew by. These lines were ideal for bountiful harvests and for building houses and temples.
Materials: Sterling Silver and 10k Yellow Gold
Dimensions (width): 17mm x 3.5mm
Ring sizes: All ring sizes are in US ring sizing.
We offer 2-4 day shipping for all orders to:
Europe and United Kingdom
Shipping cost per order €25, £25
All orders will be shipped from Canada by FedEx service.
Your order will be processed within 2-3 business days.
Each piece of Keith Jack jewelry you purchase will have a complimentary cleaning cloth in the box under the black pad.
To remove oils and dirt, wipe your jewelry with a silver polishing cloth or the Keith Jack polishing cloth that was provided.
Never use a silver cleaning liquid on jewelry with any areas that are oxidized (darker in color). The silver cleaning liquid will strip away the finish. Silver liquid cleaners are fine to use for silver jewelry that does not have a darkened, oxidized background. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions before using silver polish.
Do not apply perfumes, lotions, aftershave or chemicals while wearing jewelry.
Remove your jewelry before sleeping or doing physical activities to avoid causing excess friction and stress on it.
To avoid tarnishing and discoloration, remove jewelry before swimming in chlorinated pools or hot tubs.
- RAW DIAMOND COLLECTION - Your raw diamond piece is made with natural diamonds; each one is unique.
- Use the complimentary cleaning cloth provided to lightly polish your jewelry. Do not apply perfumes, lotions, aftershave or chemicals while wearing jewelry.
- Never use a silver cleaning solution. Excessive moisture will cause tarnishing behind the diamonds, avoid getting your piece wet.