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Celtic Cross Jewelry

Celtic Cross Jewelry

Scattered throughout Ireland, these stone monuments celebrate and commemorate great people and depict scenes from history. From impossible High Crosses to smaller gravestone monuments, these stones come in various shapes and sizes and help us remember loved ones.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a celtic cross?

    The Celtic cross is a variation of the traditional Christian cross – featuring a nimbus or a ring. It emerged in Ireland in the Middle Ages and can be seen at many famous places in the country. It features a simple cross surrounded by a circle around its arms. It was adopted as a symbol of Christianity in Ireland with the coming of St. Patrick. The Celtic cross is more than a religious symbol – it is a symbol of Ireland’s rich cultural history.

  • What does the Celtic Cross Jewelry symbolize?

    The Celtic cross is a symbol of Christianity in Irish culture. It depicts the endless love of God for His creation. Many also believe it represents the halo of Christ. The Celtic cross is a religious symbol, but is also a marker of Ireland’s unique cultural heritage and history. It carries in itself centuries of history and folklore. They are a link to one’s Irish heritage and a reminder of faith and belief.

  • Who can wear a Celtic Cross Jewelry?

    The Celtic cross is a Christian symbol, so it can be worn by all Christians. However, it is also worn by many non-religious people as well – as a symbol of faith, family and patriotism. It is a symbol of Irish heritage and can be worn to represent one’s Irish ancestry. Anyone can wear the Celtic Cross – it is dynamic and a beautiful symbol which is used in several types of our jewelry.

  • How to wear celtic Cross jewelry?

    The Celtic cross can be worn in several ways. It can be worn simply in a chain as a cross necklace, or can be worn incorporated with other symbols. Our jewelry incorporates it with the Celtic DNA design. It is available in stunning gold and silver pieces. It can also be worn with an Ogham inscription. The Celtic cross can be part of necklaces and earrings, and virtually any type of jewelry one prefers.

  • Where do you deliver to?

    We offer free shipping of Celtic cross jewelry via USPS and AN Post which takes about 14 days. Paid shipping via FedEx ($20 in USA and Canada) takes 2-4 days. You are notified about shipping costs for different locations when you add products to your cart. We ship all over the world, primarily in the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia. Other parts of the world have to bear an extra $80 charge due to logistical reasons.

  • How Long does delivery take?

    Your Celtic cross order is dispatched within 2 working days after your affirmation. Delivery is done five days a week. Delivery time relies upon area and the help utilized. Free conveyance by means of USPS requires 12-14 days while paid conveyance through FedEx requires 3-4 days. In Australia and New Zealand, delivery can require as long as 21 days. You can utilize faster deliver choices accessible on our site for quicker delivery.

  • Where are your products made?

    All our Celtic cross jewelry is made in Ireland. We support local artists and ensure safe and protected working conditions. We are registered with the Assay Office of Ireland. We have been given the Hallmark of Ireland and the Mark of Fineness. Our jewelry is manufactured and hallmarked in Ireland. All our jewelry meets the highest standards of quality – metal and design. It reaches you only after meticulous inspection and examination.

  • Celtic Cross Jewelry Inspirations

    Inspiration for Celtic Cross Jewelry comes from many places. St. Patrick’s influence can be seen all over Ireland, in the heart of the cities, and in the rolling green fields. All across Ireland, Celtic crosses stand tall. Visitors seek out the most famous ones at Kells, County Meath, and Clonmacnoise, County Offaly, and sometimes they’re surprised to stumble across less famous ones while driving around the island. It’s a popular motif for gravestones as well as Irish celtic cross jewelry for women.

    While the meaning of the cross as a Christian symbol is obvious, Celtic cross jewelry made in Ireland has a distinct history and context. Long before Patrick spread the message of a new faith in Ireland, the Irish landscape was dotted with carved stones. At Newgrange, elaborately carved boulders mark the entrance to the Neolithic passage tomb. Ogham stones have stood for centuries with their own script paying tribute to people and places that were important to our ancestors. Roscommon and Galway are home to surviving La Tene stones, beautifully carved with flowing spirals. So when Christianity arrived, the ancient Irish adapted their traditional stone carving to reflect their new beliefs.

    Like other, older carved stone monuments, many of Ireland’s Celtic crosses are more than ornaments. They are texts. The bases feature carved illustrations of important Bible scenes as well as decorative knotwork and other designs. They may have been used as places to instruct people about
    the story of Christianity when the faith was new in Ireland and not just monuments.

    Ireland’s Most Famous Celtic Crosses,

    Ireland’s standing crosses date back to the early Middle Ages, the period where Ireland earned its reputation as the land of saints and scholars because of its many monasteries. Visitors to Ireland can see these amazing structures in person. These four are amazing surviving examples of the art of the standing Celtic cross.

    • Kells, County Meath: This small town has a big reputation for the Book of Kells, but it was also home to five standing Celtic crosses. Three surviving ones and the base of a fourth area on the grounds of what is now the Church of Ireland. The fifth, known as the Market Cross or the Gate Cross, stands by the courthouse under a shelter.
    • Clonmacnoise, County Offaly: The remains of this monastery perched on the banks of the mighty River Shannon are incredible. The site includes three Celtic crosses as well as two round towers.
    • Monasterboice, County Louth: This ancient abbey is home to three crosses. One is well- preserved but the other two have suffered more from the elements. The site also boasts two ruined churches and a round tower. Cashel, County Tipperary: The Rock of Cashel is a stunning complex of monastic buildings on a hilltop with amazing views. It was originally the site of the Kings of Munster, and Brian Boru was crowned there. It was also where St. Patrick baptized King Angus, making him the first Christian king in Ireland. The remains of the Cross of St. Patrick are here.

    Celtic crosses are a beautiful link to one’s faith and to Ireland’s rich heritage. Handcrafted in sterling silver celtic cross with a rhodium plate, these solid gold Celtic cross necklaces are a gorgeous accessory. A great gift idea for Catholics as a reminder of faith and family.

    All designs are designed and made in Ireland as well as hallmarked in the Irish Assay Office which is based in Dublin Castle, Ireland, and is a sign of quality and purity.

    Price includes Free Shipping to North America & all taxes & duties paid.



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