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Celtic Cross Earrings

Celtic Cross Earrings

Celtic Cross earrings are a super way to make a statement. They move with you movements and twinkle in the light. These gorgeous pieces take inspiration from the many stone Celtic High Crosses found around Ireland.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which material is used to make celtic cross earrings?

    Celtic cross earrings are made in sterling silver and 14k gold. The metals are of high quality and are crafted with careful precision. All our products have received the Hallmark of Ireland and have received quality clearance from the Assay Office of Ireland. The silver and gold add a touch of class and grace to the stylish designs of the Celtic earrings and make for the perfect gift to yourself or to others.

  • Where do you deliver to?

    Our products are deliver all over the world – mainly, Canada and the United States, Australia and Europe, including Ireland. We have also extended our delivery to the rest of the world for an $80 charge. We offer free shipping via USPS and AN Post which takes about 14 days. Paid shipping via FedEx ($20 in USA and Canada) takes 2-4 days. All our shipping practices ensure the safety of your product – which you will receive in pristine condition.

  • How Long does it take to deliver my celtic cross earrings?

    The exact delivery time for your Celtic cross earrings can be determined by location and service opted. It is our priority to get you your order on time, and we usually dispatch your orders within 2 working days after your confirmation. Shipping is done five days a week. Delivery time depends on location and the service used. Free delivery via USPS takes 12-14 days while paid delivery via FedEx takes 3-4 days. In Australia and New Zealand, delivery can take up to 21 days. You can use expedited delivery options available on our website for faster delivery.

  • Where are your celtic cross earrings made?

    All our jewelry meets the highest standards of quality – metal and design. It is made and manufactured in Dublin, 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. By buying from us, you are supporting local production and small workers.

  • Ireland is well-known for its Celtic crosses, but they are also found in Scotland and Wales. Originally, they were used as gathering places to teach and share the new Christian faith. The Celtic crosses that remain feature carved illustrations of Bible stories as well as gorgeous, elaborate spiral and knotwork decoration like that on gold Celtic cross earrings today.

    Seeing them in person is incredible. The detail is incredible, and it is a very profound feeling to know that others also stood amazed and inspired before these Celtic crosses centuries ago. Some of the most famous are in Ireland. The village of Kells in County Meath is home to five standing
    stone Celtic crosses, although all that remains of the fifth is the base. Clonmacnoise, a 6 th century monastic site in County Offaly, has three. More than 60 such crosses are in Ireland.

    Kildalton high cross on the Isle of Islay is the only remaining intact Celtic cross in Scotland. Barchan cross was removed from its original location and is now on display in Paisley. It was reconstructed at
    least 200 years ago. Wales once had thousands of Celtic high crosses, but most were destroyed during the Reformation. Those that remain are varied. The Maen Achwyfan Cross in Flintshire features a small cross inside a ring atop a standing stone.

    Wearing sterling silver Celtic cross earrings or necklaces is a beautiful way to connect to a rich history that stretches across Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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