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Celtic Jewelry Symbols and Celtic Jewelry Meaning

Irish Shamrocks

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 a silver 3-leafed shamrock pendant in beautiful emerald green is definitely a good thing.

The Claddagh Ring

A Claddagh is a symbol oflove, loyalty and frienndship. The two hands signify friendship, the heart  represents love and the crown symbolizes loyalty. If worn on the right hand with the crown facing inwards you are declaring that your heart has not yet been won. If worn on the right hand with the crown facing outwards reveals your love is being considered. If worn on the left hand with the crown facing outwards you are declaring that your heart is forever taken.

Celtic Mothers Knot

This unassuming stylized holy trinity with a parent and child embrace is representative of the Madonna and child. Combined with a Celtic trinity knot it is a true testament to the enduring bond between a mother, her child, faith and their Celtic heritage.

The Celtic Sisters Knot

The Sisters Knot Celtic heart is a symbol of sisterhood and the strong, eternal bond we share with our sisters and friends. The intricate Celtic knot heart is an unbroken line symbolic of an everlasting love. The stylized triquetra or triple spiral, woven within the Celtic knot heart symbolizes the three stages of woman. The three stages of woman are maid, mother and wise woman. Where are you and your sisters on the spiral of life? Celebrate the powerful, life long bond of friendship between women with our Sisters Knot necklace.

Four Leaf Clovers

The four leaf clover is a symbol of good luck. The leaves of the clover stand for hope, faith, love and luck.

Celtc Family Knot

Our Celtic Family Knot Pendant is a stunning reminder of the beauty of family love. Celtic knots are eternal and strong like the bond that holds a family together. The Celtic Family Knot is an entricate and strong knot. Each weave represents a family member. 

 Celtic Cross

Legend says St. Patrick while preaching Christianity drew a cross through a Celtic circle symbolic of the moon Goddess. Hence the Celtic cross was born. Today the circle of the Celtic cross is viewed as a of God's endless love.

Trinity Knot

Much like the shamrock the Triquetra knot or the Trinity knot was used by Christians to represent the Holy Trinity. In modern times the Trinity knot is now interpreted as the Irish love knot. The trinity knot's interlaced and unbroken lines symbolize spiritual growth, eternal life and undying love. So profess your love and give her the Irish love knot!

Celtic Eternity Knot

The Celtic eternity knot an ancient symbol of an interwoven spiritual path, endless love and friendship. The eternity knot is a symmetrical knot that ties into its self without a visible beginning or end. The saying, "tying the knot" means to get married or engaged originates from the ancient Celtic custom of hand-fasting. In this Celtic custom of a couple having their hands bound together with an endless knot (or an eternity knot) in a symbolic ritual that binds them together as one forever.

The Irish Harp

The Irish harp, although not as renowned as the shamrock is the official emblem of Ireland. The Irish harp status as the official insignia of Ireland dates centuries and the elegant instrument's history tells much about the history of the Emerald Isle.

Wild Irish Rose

This untamable, sweet briar or downy is also known as the Irish field rose. Although beautiful the wild Irish rose is a strong plant that survives in the wildest and harshest Irish habitats. It is no wonder why Irish women are called Wild Irish Roses.

Luckenboothes

The Luckenbooth is a Scottish symbol of love, dating back to the 17th century and often given as a token of betrothal, affection and friendship. It is usually in the shape of a heart or two entwined hearts symbolizing love and with a crown to symbolize loyalty. Luckenboothes were sold from shops or "locked booths" in Edinburgh's Royal Mile hence the name Luckenbooth.

Scottish Thistle Heart

The Thistle Heart embodies the heart and soul of Scotland. Two purple thistles, the National flower of Scotland form a beautiful heart shape symbolic of ones love of Scotland. The thistle or Scotch thistle is the national flower of Scotland and they have a beautiful lavender flower. The thistle is featured in many Scottish symbols and logos. Legend has it that a Viking attacker once stepped on a thorny thistle during the night and cried out so loud that it alerted the Scottish defending their castle. Thistle also grows in abundance in Ireland. This brilliant Celtic Thistle Kilt is a brilliant reminder of one's Celtic heritage.

The Celtic Stag

The mythic stag was a symbol of nature and a bounty. The Celts way of life was interwoven with nature and animals but the deer held special. meaning. The White Stag was believed to be a messenger of the Gods. It was though that the appearance of the white stag for told of important things to come. The Celts had several animal Gods including Cernunnos, the Stag God. Cernunnos, the Celtic God of Abundance, is known to shape shift into a “stag of seven tines.”

Celtic Owl

The word "cailleach" in the Scottish-Gaelic means old woman!, Owl in Gaelic is "cauileach-oidhche" , believe it or not it means "night-cockerel" or “white old woman of the night.”  Because the owl was most often associated with the Crone aspect of the Celtic Hag Goddess “Cailleach”. The owl is often a guide to and through the Underworld, a creature of keen sight in darkness, and a silent and swift hunter. Celtic folklore says the wise owl can give you wisdom by helping unmask those who would deceive you or take advantage of you. “Hoo” knew?