Celtic Jewelry Traditional and Modern Designs

We have Celtic Jewelry Traditional, and Modern Designs are  Celtic Knotwork and other traditional and fun Irish Jewelry.

It’s no secret that the Irish love a good story, and you can see that in our jewelry. With the arrival of the Celts in Ireland around 500 BC, the art of storytelling Ireland began. The Celtic Symbols are united by the themes of love, loyalty, friendship, and wisdom. These symbols live on in our lovely Irish Celtic jewelry, crafted to reflect our rich heritage. The following are detailed descriptions of some traditional Irish symbols. To help you to select a meaningful piece of Irish jewelry

Celtic Knot Meanings. Because these knots are complete loops with no beginning or end, they could represent eternity, whether that means loyalty, faith, friendship, or love. Each design uses only one thread to illustrate how life and eternity are intertwined.
The Celtic Cross is a type of Christian cross that first appeared in the early Middle Ages. Ireland’s patron saint is St. Patrick. According to legend, he saw a pagan standing stone imprinted with a circle, the moon goddess’s symbol. He has blessed the stone and marked it with a Latin Cross, thus establishing the first Celtic Cross.

The Trinity Knot, also known as the Triquetra, is a famous symbol in Celtic jewelry. It was created many centuries ago and is a common symbol in Ireland. It is in old manuscripts and stained glass windows, Celtic crosses, and early Christian monuments. It was a symbol of life to the Celts, representing Earth, Wind, and Water. It later came to represent the Mind, Body, and Spirit. Others believe it represents the Past, Present, and Future.
The Claddagh is the most famous traditional symbol of Ireland. A unique Irish symbol of love. The Heart represents Love, the Hands, Friendship, and the Crown represents loyalty.

The Triple Spiral or triskele also means eternal life and is one of the oldest Celtic designs. Whirls of the spiral stand for continuous growth, while the gaps between the spirals stand for the gaps between life, death, and rebirth. This is another three-sided knot that stands for water, fire, and earth, which are the forces of nature. These designs feature a single continuous line that represents the oneness of spirit and unity.

Ireland has many national symbols, and these are just a few.

 

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