A familiar phrase for those who have read the Outlander books, "da mi basia mille" is the inscription on the wedding ring given to Claire by Jamie. Its meaning "give me a thousand kisses" is taken from a poem by Catullus, considered to be Rome's greatest ancient lyric poet, who lived approximately 84-54 B.C. On this pewter piece, the wording is stamped by hand, one letter at a time, on a rectangular piece that hangs next to the Scottish thistle symbol.
Thistle pendant measures 1 ¼ inches in diameter and is cast in lead-free pewter
Pendant is paired with a hand-stamped pewter rectangle with the lettering "da mi basia mille", which is Latin for "give me a thousand kisses"
Relevant to followers of the "Outlander" series by Diana Gabaldon as the inscription on the inside of Claire's silver wedding ring
The thistle is one of the most identifiable symbols of Scotland
18 inch stainless steel ball chain with lobster clasp provides secure closure