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.
Made in Ireland. Necklace: 18"L. Pendant: 3/4"W x 1 1/4"L.
looks better in the picture, "emerald" dull and not as represented
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In the heart of Dublin, designers at a
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Also known as Mary of the Gaels, St.
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The Celtic knot, or triquetra, that frames this
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