Hi everyone. So how are those Christmas shopping lists coming along? We’re definitely on the home stretch now. Just one week left for guaranteed Christmas delivery from The Irish Store! This week, our gift guide is all about Irish jewelry gifts. All our pieces are beautifully crafted here in Ireland. Here’s my top 10. Happy shopping!
Lulu’s Top 10 Irish Jewelry Gifts
1. Marcasite & Connemara Marble Celtic Cross
We’ll start with our 5-star rated Celtic cross pendant. There’s so much to love about this gorgeous necklace. First of all, there’s the exquisitely crafted Trinity knot detailing. Then there’s the highly polished arms of Connemara Marble, Ireland’s unique and ancient gemstone. Finally, there’s the single marcasite stone at the center, giving a touch of subtle sparkle. Crafted from sterling silver and hallmarked at Dublin Castle.
2. Celtic Cats Eye Claddagh Earrings
Next up we have a pair if gorgeous Irish earrings that are sure to turn heads. The dramatic cat’s eye stone features a delicate Claddagh crest nestled at one end of the emerald green centrepiece to create a piece of Irish jewelry that combines Ireland’s much-loved symbol of love with bold modern design.
3. Half Pearl Trinity Knot Pendant and Earrings Set
The winning combination of graceful freshwater pearls and sterling silver make this Irish pendant and earrings set a real showstopper. The cornerstone of ancient Celtic art, the Trinity knot dates back to pagan times. It’s mystery and symbolism are still very much alive today. A gorgeous gift for her this festive season.
4. Silver Connemara Marble Claddagh Ring
Number 4 on our collection of Irish jewelry gifts is another 5 star customer favorite. This stunning ladies Claddagh ring features Ireland’s ancient gemstone, Connemara Marble. 900 million years in the making, no two pieces are the same. The eye-catching green marble stone forms the centerpiece of this beautiful ring, while the band features an exquisitely woven Celtic knot design and is beautifully crafted from sterling silver.
5. The Celtic Warrior Bangle
So our next offering is quite a stand out piece. Boldly Celtic and effortlessly elegant, this Irish bangle is like no other. The intricate designs pay homage to Ireland’s 8th-century treasure, the Ardagh Chalice. Crafted in Ireland by skilled goldsmiths and hallmarked at Dublin Castle. An Irish festive gift to be treasured.
6. Personalized Pewter Trinity Knot Pocket Watch
This next piece is for the guys so if you’re still wondering what to get for dad or grandpa then why not treat him to a beautifully crafted Celtic pocket watch. Handcrafted by the master craftspeople at the renowned Mullingar Pewter. It can also be personalised with your own inscription.
7. Silver Celtic Tree of Life Pendant
The branches reach for the sky while the roots reach down into the ground. A beautiful ancient representation of the link between heaven and earth, mind and body and the never ending cycle of life. An ancient Celtic symbol from Druid times, The Tree of Life is still as potent today and it has been beautifully recreated in this stunning Irish necklace.
8. Birthstone Claddagh Pendant & Earrings Set
This Irish jewelry set is the perfect gift for this Christmas with a thoughtful personal touch. The colored crystal birthstone forms the heart of the beautifully detailed Claddagh pendant and earrings set.
9. Connemara Marble Celtic Tara Brooch
This stunning Celtic pin draws inspiration from one of Ireland’s iconic treasures, the Tara Brooch. Discovered in the 19th century and dating back to 700 AD, it is a stunning example of early Celtic art. This recreation features accents of genuine Connemara Marble, unique to the west of Ireland. A stand out Irish brooch and the perfect gift from the Emerald Isle.
10. Ogham My Soulmate Pendant
Last on my list is a memorable festive gift for a very special someone. This truly stunning Irish pendant perfectly marries first class craftsmanship with ancient Celtic heritage. The silver ingot features the words “My Soulmate” in 18 carat gold ancient Ogham writing on one side. Turn the pendant over to reveal the Gaelic translation “Mo Anam Cara” in beautifully inscribed detail.
Well I hope that has helped with getting a few more checks on the Christmas list. Last orders soon!!!
Slán go fóill!