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    THE DULEEK PENDANT NECKLACE

    THE DULEEK PENDANT NECKLACE
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    THE DULEEK PENDANT NECKLACE

    Sterling silver pendant, the Trinity Knots design is taken from The South Cross at Duleek, Co. Meath and is believed to ward off evil

    $110.00
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    THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

    THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH
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    THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

    This brooch is styled after The Tara Brooch, which was found in Ireland in 1850. The brooch is believed to have been made between 650 and 750 AD, and is named for The Kingship of Tara – the seat of medieval rule in Ireland. The Hill of Tara, in county Meath, was for centuries the centre of authority and Christianity in Ireland. The kingship was woven into Irish literature and mythology, but was also a historically significant Celtic leadership site. The original Tara Brooch is on display in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.

     

    $199.00
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    THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

    THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH
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    THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

    This brooch is styled after The Tara Brooch, which was found in Ireland in 1850. The brooch is believed to have been made between 650 and 750 AD, and is named for The Kingship of Tara – the seat of medieval rule in Ireland. The Hill of Tara, in county Meath, was for centuries the centre of authority and Christianity in Ireland. The kingship was woven into Irish literature and mythology, but was also a historically significant Celtic leadership site. The original Tara Brooch is on display in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.

     

    $219.00
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    TRADITIONAL CLADDAGH PENDANT

    TRADITIONAL CLADDAGH PENDANT
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    TRADITIONAL CLADDAGH PENDANT

    Born in the little fishing town of Claddagh, County Galway, Richard Joyce was swept away and enslaved as a goldsmith. When he won his freedom he returned home to his beloved Claddagh. There, he gave his lost love a gold ring depicting his two hands embracing heart – the very first Claddagh ring. The ring became renowned as an emblem of love, loyalty and friendship. When the heart is turned inward it signifies that your heart is taken. When you direct the heart outwards it signifies that you are looking for love.

     

    $79.00
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    TREE OF LIFE PENDANT

    TREE OF LIFE PENDANT
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    TREE OF LIFE PENDANT

    The Tree of Life was an important symbol in ancient Celtic culture. When Celtic towns were settled, a single tree would be left in the centre and would be known as the Tree of Life. Celts believed that trees were gateways to other worlds, including the afterlife. The symbol of the tree is a continuous, interlaced design, never-ending and never-beginning in order to represent eternity.

     

    $175.00
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    TREE OF LIFE WRISTBAND CHARM (JADE GREEN)

    TREE OF LIFE WRISTBAND CHARM (JADE GREEN)
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    TREE OF LIFE WRISTBAND CHARM (JADE GREEN)

    Black draw band bracelet with a sterling silver beaded design, knotted heart charm and jade green coloured charm stone

    $60.00