Product Tag - silver

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    BLUE CRYSTAL CELTIC KNOT BRACELET

    BLUE CRYSTAL CELTIC KNOT BRACELET
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    BLUE CRYSTAL CELTIC KNOT BRACELET

    Sterling silver tennis bracelet with traditional Celtic design and dark blue/sapphire coloured stones for the month of September
    Stones are cubic zirconia

    $85.00
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    BOOK OF KELLS KNOTWORK PENDANT

    BOOK OF KELLS KNOTWORK PENDANT
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    BOOK OF KELLS KNOTWORK PENDANT

    S/S BOOK OF KELLS

    Aidan specializes in one-off items of gold & silver hollowware and jewellery. Dublin native and pioneer of the Renaissance of Celtic jewellery, Aidan was trained in his craft by a traditional seven year apprenticeship as a “chaser” beginning at age 14 at M.H.Gill and Son, Church Furnishers in Dublin.

    Aidan has been handcrafting jewellery for R & C McCormack for over 15 years. Watch this short video to learn more about how these fantastic pieces are created.

    $110.00
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    CELTIC INTERLACING PENDANT

    CELTIC INTERLACING PENDANT
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    CELTIC INTERLACING PENDANT

    Sterling silver circular pendant inspired by The Book of Kells

    $110.00
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    CLADDAGH BRACELET

    CLADDAGH BRACELET
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    CLADDAGH BRACELET

    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.

     

    $165.00
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    FANCY TRINITY KNOT PENDANT

    FANCY TRINITY KNOT PENDANT
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    FANCY TRINITY KNOT PENDANT

    The Trinity Knot is one of the most recognisable Celtic designs. The knot is believed to have been fashioned by the Celtic Christian Church to represent the holy trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Depictions of The Trinity Knot can be found on Celtic artefacts dating back to the 8th Century, including the Book of Kells. Comprising of three interlaced loops, it is commonly used as a symbol of consistency and eternity.

     

    $139.00
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    GREEN ENAMEL TARA BROOCH

    GREEN ENAMEL TARA BROOCH
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    GREEN ENAMEL 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.

     

    $249.00
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    HANDMADE REAL CONNEMARA AND GARNET CELTIC DROP EARRINGS

    HANDMADE REAL CONNEMARA & GARNET CELTIC DROP EARRINGS
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    HANDMADE REAL CONNEMARA AND GARNET CELTIC DROP EARRINGS

    Drop earrings with silver Celtic design and mixed colour stones

    $99.00
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    LARGE CELTIC CLADDAGH WITH WHITE CRYSTAL

    LARGE CELTIC CLADDAGH WITH WHITE CRYSTAL
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    LARGE CELTIC CLADDAGH WITH WHITE CRYSTAL

    Sterling silver Claddagh necklace with woven design, and clear coloured stone for the month of April
    Stones are crystal

    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.

     

     

    $175.00
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    MARCASITE SHAMROCK BRACELET

    MARCASITE SHAMROCK BRACELET
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    MARCASITE SHAMROCK BRACELET

    Sterling silver shamrock bracelet with marcasite ,the shamrock is recognised worldwide as a symbol of Ireland

    $120.00
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    STERLING SILVER GLENDALOUGH BROOCH

    STERLING SILVER GLENDALOUGH BROOCH
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    STERLING SILVER GLENDALOUGH BROOCH

    Sterling silver brooch with traditional Celtic Eternity Knot design
    1.5 inches in diameter

    $110.00
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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