Hi everyone. So this week I’m sharing our top must-have Irish jewelry pieces from the Irish Store. If you’re looking for the perfect Irish gift then there’s nothing like giving a beautiful piece of Celtic jewelry. Gifts to be treasured for a lifetime.
Our Top 10 Irish Jewelry Pieces
1. Marcasite & Connemara Marble Celtic Cross
This beautiful Marcasite & Connemara Marble Celtic Cross is representative of all things Irish. Ancient Connemara Marble, Trinity knots, and St. Patrick himself.
While on his journeys through Ireland, St. Patrick is said to have come across a pagan standing stone imprinted with the symbol of the moon goddess. He blessed the stone with a Latin cross. Legend has it that this was the first Celtic cross.
Hand-crafted in Dublin from sterling silver
2. Celtic Cats Eye Claddagh Earrings
So now it’s time to treat her to her new favorite earrings! These stunning drop earrings feature eye-catching emerald green stones and Ireland’s symbol of love and friendship, the iconic Claddagh.
3. Silver Celtic Tree of Life Pendant
An ancient Celtic symbol from Druid times, The Tree of Life is still as potent today. It is beautifully recreated in this stunning Irish necklace. Handcrafted in Dublin with a single green stone at its centre.
4. Mullingar Pewter Trinity Knot Pocket Watch
So next up It’s one for the guys. A quartet of beautifully engraved trinity knots forms the centrepiece of this unmistakably Celtic men’s pocket watch. Give him an Irish gift to remember. Handcrafted by Mullingar Pewter in County Westmeath.
5. 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. A stunning example of early Celtic art.
This recreation features accents of genuine Connemara Marble, unique to the west of Ireland.
6. The Celtic Warrior Bangle
Boldly Celtic and effortlessly elegant, this Irish bangle is like no other. This stands out piece of Irish Jewelry is from the renowned Celtic Warrior Collection.
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 gift to be treasured.
7. Mullingar Pewter Claddagh Jewelry Box
So if they have all Celtic jewelry they need then maybe it’s time to treat them to the perfect jewelry box! The craftsmanship is beautifully detailed with delicate beadwork and intricate hand finished Celtic knot designs. Handcrafted by Mullingar Pewter in County Westmeath.
8. 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. This Irish jewelry set features the ancient symbol of eternity, the Trinity knot crowning elegant half pearls.
Handcrafted from sterling silver and hallmarked at Dublin Castle.
9. Connemara Marble Claddagh ring
No must have Irish jewelry list would be complete without a Claddagh ring and this one is a real stunner. Our best-selling 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 centrepiece of this beautiful ring. The band features an exquisitely woven Celtic knot design. Beautifully crafted from sterling silver.
10. House of Lor Claddagh Earrings
Each piece of jewelry by House of Lor features a piece of solid gold. What’s really special is that this gold has been mined from Ireland’s only surviving goldmine at Cavanacaw in County Tyrone in the north of the country.
These stunning Claddagh earrings are a stunning re-creation of Ireland’s age-old symbol of love and friendship in a beautiful modern design featuring a central heart of Irish gold.
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Slán go fóill!
Do you carry Celtic knot open weave gold wedding bands?
Thanks for reading. See our full selection of wedding bands below. I hope you find what you’re looking for.
Do you have a store in Dublin, Ireland?
My daughter is there now. What is name
Sorry we don’t have a retail store. Our head office is based in Dublin but we are an online company. I hope your daughter is enjoying her trip to Ireland!