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Celtic Jewelry from Ireland

Celtic Pocket Watch
Celtic Pocket Watch
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Category: Jewelry/Men's Jewelry and Watches
From the 16th century until WWII when the wristwatch became popular, pocket watches were a common part of the well-dressed man's attire. This steel alloy pocket watch features a Celtic knot etched into the pewter-finished case. A clear face lets you observe the self-winding mechanism inside, where even a slight motion causes a small metal weight to turn gears that wind the watch spring. With chain and T-bar. Made in Scotland.
$85.00
Celtic Warrior Bangle
Celtic Warrior Bangle
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

The eighth-century Ardagh Chalice in the National Museum of Ireland is one of the most remarkable pieces of Celtic art. It was found in the 1800s by men who were plowing for potatoes. A repoussé design on the chalice, representing a protective shield, is the inspiration for this sterling silver and 18-karat gold bracelet. Handcrafted in Ireland using the lost-wax casting process.


$229.00
Irish Celtic Knot Druzy Necklace
Irish Celtic Knot Druzy Necklace
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Category: Jewelry/Bracelets

The Celtic knot, or triquetra, that frames this sparkling necklace dates back to the 6th-century, when art from Ireland and the British Isles developed into a style that was unique from the rest of Europe. Illuminated manuscripts like the Lindisfarne Gospels, the Book of Durrow, and the Book of Kells are full of illustrations featuring complex knotwork. In Celtic and Pagan traditions, the triquetra symbolizes earth, sun, and sky, or the stages of a woman’s life: young woman, mother, and grandmother. In Christian tradition, it is a symbol of the holy trinity.


$139.00
Celtic Cross Necklace
Celtic Cross Necklace
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Category: Clothing/Jewelry/Necklaces

The intricate Celtic cross—often decorated with elaborate trinity knots and scrollwork—may have first been used by St. Patrick as a symbol to convert Druids in Ireland. Combining the Christian cross with monuments that represented more earthly spirituality such as the sun and moon and tree of life would have linked pagan and Christian beliefs and helped the saint deliver his message throughout Ireland. Today many people are drawn to the design more as an expression of Irish or Scottish family ties than as a religious symbol.


$59.00
$15.99
Gold-plated Trinity Circles Earrings
Gold-plated Trinity Circles Earrings
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Category: Member Products/Jewelry

The trinity knot, also called a triquetra, is an unending three-cornered shape, used throughout Celtic art as far back as the 8th century Book of Kells. Artists and craftsmen have used it to represent three-fold concepts for centuries: past, present, and future; daughter, mother, grandmother; and the Christian Holy Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Today many people embrace the trinity knot as a symbol of Irish or Scottish heritage or spiritual beliefs.


$129.00