Birthstone Jewelry Meaning and Powers

via Birthstone Jewelry Meaning and Powers. Birthstone jewelry is extremely personal and a great way to express who you are. Birthstone jewelry comes in a variety of options from pendants and earrings to rings and bracelets. This type of jewelry is a wonderful gift for any woman especially moms, grandmothers and children. Many companies offer… Read More Birthstone Jewelry Meaning and Powers

Celtic Wedding Bands

Angus Collection… Angus also known as “Angus the Young”, was considered the Irish God of love. Angus had a harp and played irresistible music, and it was said his kisses turned into birds that carried messages of love. http://www.theirishjewelrycompany.com/diamond-celtic-knot-band-1720.html Our Diamond Celtic Knot Band is absolutely magnificent. Celtic knots also known as endless knots have… Read More Celtic Wedding Bands

Men’s Celtic Jewelry

http://www.theirishjewelrycompany.com/collections/men-s-jewelry.html http://www.theirishjewelrycompany.com/celtic-black-claddagh.html Our Mens Black Celtic Claddagh is a handsome claddagh pendant. This circular mens claddagh necklace with it’s rich texture accented by black enamel gives it a bold, fresh modern feel. Pledge your eternal friendship, love and loyalty with this gorgeous men’s claddagh necklace. http://www.theirishjewelrycompany.com/celtic-cross-ring-1729.html Our Celtic Cross Ring is magnificent and bold. Legend says… Read More Men’s Celtic Jewelry

The Aran Jewelry Collection, Inspired by the Aran Sweater

Irish jewelry inspired by the Aran sweater weaving traditions and spinning tales connecting families for generations. This Irish jewelry  collection is inspired by the warmth of the Irish wool fibers twisted into the beautiful and strong yarn that is knitted into traditional Aran sweaters. The Aran sweater is a symbol of Irish heritage and traditional Irish craft.… Read More The Aran Jewelry Collection, Inspired by the Aran Sweater

traditional celtic jewelry symbols and their meanings

Shamrock The shamrock is the traditional symbol or Ireland. The shamrock forms a triad and the Celts believed three was a mystical number. Saint Patrick used the shamrock to explain the holy Trinity to the Celts. If good things come in threes then this silver 3-leafed shamrock pendant in beautiful emerald green is definitely a good thing. Read… Read More traditional celtic jewelry symbols and their meanings