The Celtic cross is one of the most well-known Irish symbols and Celtic symbols. Other well-known examples are the Claddagh and the harp. They are significant reminders of our ancestry since they are steeped in history. It’s possible that their history, significance, and symbolism may blow your mind!
- Jul 11 2022
5 Important Irish Celtic Crosses of IrelandCategories: Irish Traditions , Irish Jewelry , Interesting Stories , St. Patricks Day , Ireland , Peaceful Cottage , Celtic Legends , Celtic Jewelry , Blog , Travel to Ireland , Legends and Folklore , History of Ireland
- Categories: Irish Jewelry , Celtic Jewelry , Irish Wedding Traditions , Education , Celtic Wedding GuideNew designs of engagement rings are introduced on an annual basis. It is recommended that you stay current with these trends if you are considering popping the question in 2022 or 2023. Even if selecting an engagement ring that is well-suited to the person who will wear it is the most crucial part of the process, it is still beneficial to be informed of the most recent fashion trends. If you are familiar with the current trends, you may be able to find a gorgeous design. It is also essential to be familiar with your spending plan and to adhere to it.
- Categories: Irish Traditions , Irish Jewelry , Celtic Jewelry , Irish Wedding Traditions , Blog , Education , Celtic Wedding GuideIf you and your significant other are getting closer to the idea of getting engaged, there’s a good possibility that you’ve already given a lot of thought and consideration to the topic of engagement rings. Perhaps there was even a time when you had to rearrange your regular rings in order to make room for your shiny new diamond band.
- Jul 01 2022
July’s Birthstone Ruby: Jewelry GuideCategories: Irish Jewelry , Interesting Stories , Celtic Jewelry , Blog , EducationMake Their Birthday Extra Special With July Birthstone Jewelry. Learn more about the ruby, which is the birthstone for July. Discover the significance of the ruby, which is the birthstone for July, as you shop for stunning ruby jewelry at The Irish Jewelry Company.
- Categories: Irish Jewelry , Interesting Stories , Celtic JewelryThis summer, make a splash with the help of this incredible Summer Gift Guide’s collection of summer presents that are sure to please. Make it easier to purchase for special occasions like birthdays, marriages, and graduations. using this helpful guide to selecting and purchasing summer presents for that one special someone!
- Jun 18 2022
Birthstones Customs and Stone TypesCategories: Irish Jewelry , Celtic Jewelry , Blog , EducationLearn birthstones and their characteristics, applications, and significance of the gemstones that are customarily considered to be the “birthstones” for each of the twelve months that make up the calendar.
- May 13 2022
Good Luck Gifts for the GraduateCategories: Irish Jewelry , Celtic Holidays , Celtic Jewelry , BlogOne of life’s major milestones, graduation ceremonies provide an opportunity to pause, take stock, and experience pride for the accomplishment of one’s goals while also looking forward to what lies ahead. Graduation has traditionally been marked with the exchange of heirloom jewelry as a means of expressing pride in the graduate’s accomplishments and optimism regarding their future.
- Categories: Irish Traditions , Irish Jewelry , Claddagh Rings , Celtic Jewelry , St. Valentine's Day , Blog , Legends and Folklore , History of IrelandCladdagh rings are a symbol of love and friendship in Ireland. The ring consists of two hands holding a heart between them.
- May 02 2022
Wish Mom Happy Mother’s Day in IrishCategories: Irish Traditions , Mother's Day , Celtic Motherhood Jewelry , BlogThe affection and gratitude we have for our moms and grandparents is something we feel on a daily basis. However, it should come as no surprise that the practice of designating a particular day has spread throughout the world.
- Feb 24 2022
History of Ireland Collection SymbolismCategories: Irish Jewelry , Ireland , Celtic Jewelry , EducationDiscover the History of Ireland Collection Meaning. As we take you on a tour through Ireland's history, you will learn about the significance of each of the 12 symbols.... From the carvings seen on Celtic high crosses around Ireland, going back to the 5th century, Irish silversmith Michael Hillard was inspired to produce the first History of Ireland series, which was first introduced in 1970. Since then, the designs have developed, becoming more modern, but the designer's inspiration and message have remained, serving as a permanent reminder of our collective past. - The pieces in this collection are handmade in sterling silver and have been Irish hallmarked by the assay office at Dublin Castle, as seen below.