Marcasite & Connemara Marble Celtic Cross

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  • Our # 1 top selling jewelry gift
  • 5 star customer reviews
  • Exquisitely crafted in Ireland
  • Featuring Ireland's ancient gemstone Connemara Marble
  • Beautifully gift boxed

Send the perfect gift from Ireland with this stand-out Celtic cross pendant.

Legend has it that St Patrick saw a pagan standing stone imprinted with a circle, the symbol of the moon goddess. He is said to have blessed the stone, marking it with a Latin cross, thus creating the first Celtic cross.

 It certainly wasn’t the last and it remains an iconic Irish emblem to this day. This stunning Irish necklace features that ancient symbol of faith and worship in glorious detail. The arms are carved from 900 million year old Connemara Marble, Ireland’s ancient gemstone and are linked by 4 delicate Trinity knots. Beautifully finished with a single marcasite stone at the center.

Handcrafted in Ireland from sterling silver and hallmarked at Dublin Castle, this is an unmistakably Irish gift that is sure to be treasured for a lifetime.

  • Pendant measures 1.2" x 0.9"
  • Chain length 18"
  • Sterling silver

The Verdict

"Superior quality. I am very pleased with this purchase and will shop again with The Irish Store."

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Why We Love It
Your Celtic Heritage
Show your Irish roots with a stunning recreation of Ireland's ancient Celtic cross.
Connemara Marble
Discover the unique beauty of Ireland's ancient gemstone, only to be found in the wilds of Connemara.
Trinity Knot Detail
Featuring 4 exquisitely crafted trinity knots in sterling silver. Hallmarked at Dublin Castle.
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