The oldest example of Celtic jewelry, the Tara brooch, is proudly displayed in the National Museum of Ireland, dating back to the eighth century. It's the stunning design still provides inspiration to Irish jewelry designers to this day, continuing a centuries-old tradition. At The Irish Store, we are proud to present the very best of this age-old craft with our stunning array of unique & traditional Irish jewelry from Ireland. Featuring the classic celtic cross jewelry, the much-loved Claddagh jewelry, the timeless Trinity knot jewelry and the contemporary Irish Tree of Life, you're sure to find a memorable Irish gift for her in our gorgeous range of Celtic jewelry from Ireland.
We use only the finest authentic Irish Jewelers. Browse through our stunning collections of Irish earrings, claddagh bracelets, Irish rings, and Irish watches and pick out the perfect traditional Irish jewelry gift from Ireland.
Whatever the occasion, send a precious piece of Ireland to be treasured always from a collection of the finest traditional Irish jewelry Ireland has to offer.
Frequently Asked Questions About Celtic Jewelry
What does the Celtic knot symbolize?
The Celtic knot represents eternity as the knots which are loops have no start or end, this can mean friendship, loyalty, faith or love. The Celtic Knot dates back to as far 450 A.D and can be found not just in jewelry but in The Book of Kells and ancient monuments. There are many different Celtic Knots such as the Trinity knot, celtic spiral knot, sailors Celtic knot and the Celtic cross.
What is celtic jewelry
Celtic jewelry is inspired by Celtic philosophy and is a wonderful representation of Irish history and culture. They are lovely pieces to pass down from generations. All our Celtic jewelry is crafted by the finest Irish jewelers.
Is Irish Jewelry same as celtic jewelry?
Irish jewelry is sometimes confused with celtic jewelry because both styles date back to ancient times. However, Irish pieces were typically much more simple in design and silver was used in all of the pieces, while Celtic jewelry incorporated gold into the designs - often infusing these two colors together.