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Irish Silver Jewelry

 

Connemara Marble and Silver Irish Charm Bracelets, Set of 3
Connemara Marble and Silver Irish Charm Bracelets, Set of 3
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Connemara, in western Ireland, is home to the mottled green marble that's known as the country's national gem. The Walsh family, in Rathfarnham Village, Dublin, have been working with Connemara marble for three generations, and craft these stretchy beaded bracelets by hand. Each is paired with a sterling silver charm that reflects an element of Irish culture: a Celtic cross, a claddagh, and a shamrock.


$59.00
Irish Celtic Knot Druzy Necklace
Irish Celtic Knot Druzy Necklace
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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
Irish Claddagh Earrings
Irish Claddagh Earrings
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The Irish claddagh, dating back to 16th-century County Galway, is a pair of clasped hands holding a crowned heart that symbolizes love, friendship, and loyalty. Here the claddagh is stamped into a sterling silver circle, symbolic of everlasting life, and paired with beautifully faceted kelly green Swarovski crystal briolettes. The sentiment is at once universal and uniquely Irish. The necklace also features the words ''love,'' ''friendship,'' and ''loyalty.''
$115.00
Irish Claddagh Necklace
Irish Claddagh Necklace
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The Irish claddagh, dating back to 16th-century County Galway, is a pair of clasped hands holding a crowned heart that symbolizes love, friendship, and loyalty. Here the claddagh is stamped into a sterling silver circle, symbolic of everlasting life, and paired with beautifully faceted kelly green Swarovski crystal briolettes. The sentiment is at once universal and uniquely Irish. The necklace also features the words ''love,'' ''friendship,'' and ''loyalty.''
$125.00
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Pendant
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Pendant
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Ireland's "forty shades of green" are reflected in Connemara marble, a rich green stone found only in western Ireland and dating back more than 900 million years to the Precambrian era. In this handcrafted necklace deep green Connemara marble peeks out from behind a sterling silver hawthorn tree… widely known as the preferred home of the fairy folk.


$68.00
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Earrings
Connemara Marble Irish Fairy Tree Earrings
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Ireland's "forty shades of green" are reflected in Connemara marble, a rich green stone found only in western Ireland and dating back more than 900 million years to the Precambrian era. In these handcrafted earrings deep green Connemara marble peeks out from behind a sterling silver hawthorn tree… widely known as the preferred home of the fairy folk.


$68.00
Irish Crystal Necklace
Irish Crystal Necklace
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Mouth-blown cut crystal has been a uniquely Irish industry since the 17th century. This sparkling necklace showcases sparkling cut crystal gems, set in rhodium-plated sterling silver. Handcrafted at Killarney Crystal, a third-generation family run business based in Dublin.


$119.00
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Irish Crystal Earrings
Irish Crystal Earrings
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Mouth-blown cut crystal has been a uniquely Irish industry since the 17th century. These sparkling earrings showcase sparkling cut crystal gems, set in rhodium-plated sterling silver. Handcrafted at Killarney Crystal, a third-generation family run business based in Dublin.


$119.00
$79.99
Irish Lucky Penny Stretch Bracelets - Set of 2
Irish Lucky Penny Stretch Bracelets - Set of 2
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“Find a penny, pick it up, and all day long you’ll have good luck.” That’s just one of many lucky penny sayings from around the world. An old Irish custom was for a shopkeeper to give one penny back to the buyer to wish them good luck with their new purchase. And it’s a widespread custom to include a new penny when giving a wallet or purse as a gift—as a wish for prosperity.


$55.00
Irish Claddagh ''Key to My Heart'' Sterling Silver Pendant
Irish Claddagh ''Key to My Heart'' Sterling Silver Pendant
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The Irish claddagh has been a symbol of love and loyalty for centuries. Designers in a family-run studio in Dublin pair the claddagh’s crowned heart with a vintage-inspired skeleton key for a romantic and heartfelt accent.


$75.00
$24.99
Celtic Cross Emerald Necklace
Celtic Cross Emerald Necklace
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As early as the eighth century, elaborate Celtic crosses were erected as monuments throughout Ireland and Scotland. Since the Celtic Revival of the 19th century, the ornate designs have become a widely recognized symbol of Irish heritage. Our sterling silver necklace includes a small natural emerald at the center, framed in 14-karat gold.


$99.00
Celtic Cross Necklace
Celtic Cross Necklace
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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