Celtic Jewellery

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  • Sterling Silver Celtic Narrow Solid Band Ring - Size 7 (206806)

    Sterling Silver Celtic Narrow Solid Band Ring

    Legend: The simple, yet profound, beauty of the unbroken line, forming delicately complex patterns of weaves and knots, perfect in their symmetry, permeates all of the great achievements of Celtic art. The interlacing lines of the Celtic Knot stand for "no beginning, no ending," the continuity of everlasting love and binding together or intertwining of two souls or spirits. Christianity has embraced much of the ancient Celtic symbolism and had adapted many Celtic Knots into high crosses and illuminated manuscripts.
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    €39.00
  • Sterling Silver Claddagh Birthstone Pendant
    Sterling Silver Claddagh Birthstone Pendant (209399)

    Sterling Silver Claddagh Birthstone Pendant. All Birthstones available.

    Legend: 16th century legend tells of Richard Joyce from Claddagh, Co. Galway, who was captured by Moor pirates and enslaved. In captivity he became a master of his trade (Goldsmith). His skilful hands shaped a unique ring for the woman he could never forget at home. After eight years he was released. He returned to Ireland, and to his great joy her heart remained his, never to be separated again. The Claddagh ring is a great traditional wedding ring, known the world over. Today it is commonly accepted that the joining hands, heart, and crown represent a perpetual bond of friendship, love and loyalty. Wearing a Claddagh ring with the heart pointing out signifies the wearer is unattached. If the heart is pointing in towards the wearers own heart, then that heart is taken.

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    €38.00
  • Silver crossed hurley earrings
    Silver Crossed Hurley Earrings (209402)
    Silver crossed hurley earrings
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    €27.00
  • Silver crossed hurleys pendant
    Silver Crossed Hurley Pendant (247481)
    Sterling silver crossed hurleys on 18 inch chain.
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    €40.00
  • Sterling Silver Plain Claddagh Bracelet
    Sterling Silver Plain Claddagh Bracelet (206378)

    Sterling Silver Plain Claddagh Bracelet

    Legend: 16th century legend tells of Richard Joyce from Claddagh, Co. Galway, who was captured by Moor pirates and enslaved. In captivity he became a master of his trade (Goldsmith). His skilful hands shaped a unique ring for the woman he could never forget at home. After eight years he was released. He returned to Ireland, and to his great joy her heart remained his, never to be separated again. The Claddagh ring is a great traditional wedding ring, known the world over. Today it is commonly accepted that the joining hands, heart, and crown represent a perpetual bond of friendship, love and loyalty. Wearing a Claddagh ring with the heart pointing out signifies the wearer is unattached. If the heart is pointing in towards the wearers own heart, then that heart is taken.

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    €65.00
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