Ireland has long been synonymous with making fine jewelry fusing symbolism and excellent craftsmanship and design. From the ancient Celts creating beads, bracelets, Torcs, the Tara brooch, necklaces and earrings through to today's fine jewelry designers, the skills passed from generation to generation can still be seen on display throughout the country in store windows and Celtic Earrings are a great way to display your style to all.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Did Celts wear earrings?

    The Celts wore many types of jewelry – including necklaces, rings, armbands and earrings. They also used various precious stones such as lapis lazuli, quartz, amethyst and turquoise in their jewelry. Both men and women in Celtic cultures wore earrings. These were in various styles – including hoops, studs and dangling earrings. Most earrings were bands with simple or no designs at all, but chieftains and warriors would often wear jewelry with important symbolic value.

  • How to wear celtic jewellery earrings?

    Celtic earrings can be worn in a variety of ways. Our earrings are crafted in sterling silver and 14k yellow gold. They are expertly crafted and approved for quality and design. Our earrings are available in a stunning Celtic DNA design accompanied by the old Irish symbols such as the Tree of Life, Shamrock and Celtic Cross. Rooted in ancient culture and history but crafted keeping contemporary style in mind, Celtic earrings can be worn with various outfits.

  • Where do you deliver to?

    We ship our Celtic jewelry earrings to Canada and the United States, Australia and Europe, adding Ireland. We have additionally extended our delivery to the rest of the globe 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. You’re informed about shipping costs for diverse locations when you add products to your cart. All our shipping practices make sure of the safety of your product.

  • How long does delivery take?

    The length of time it takes for your product to arrive is determined by its availability. We normally ship your Celtic earrings within two business days of receiving your confirmation. Five days a week, shipping takes place. Free delivery takes 12-14 days via USPS, while paid delivery takes 3-4 days via FedEx. Delivery in Australia and New Zealand can take up to 21 days.

  • Where are your products made?

    Our Celtic jewellery is all handcrafted in Ireland. Local artists are supported, and working conditions are safe and secure. The Assay Office of Ireland has us registered. The Irish Hallmark and the Mark of Fineness have been granted to us. All of our jewellery is made to the greatest quality standards, both in terms of metal and design. It is only after careful inspection that it reaches you.

  • More On Irish Handmade Celtic Earrings

    The Celtic DNA collection of irish made earrings was designed so that people could wear a piece to honor their ancestors and to tell the story of their heritage. The structure is based on the scientific genome and incorporates Celtic knotwork in the middle and in many pieces has a sculpted feature in the center. Browse our Celtic silver earrings collections which feature the Claddagh symbol, Trinity knot designs as well as the incredible Tree of Life symbol.

    Before ear piercing, and even before clip-on earrings, the Celts had their own style of ear jewelry. Around 1200 BC, their metal working skill and tools became advanced enough to make small, delicate pieces of jewelry. So along with their necklaces, cloak fasteners and hair ornaments, the men of ancient Ireland began to wear earrings.

    These early Celtic design earrings had two parts: a small, elastic loop that went around the ear and a decorative piece that hung from that loop below the ear. Although this was the Bronze Age, they were most often made of gold. Specifically, they were usually two pieces of gold twisted around each other. Later, silver became popular for Celtic jewelry too.

    Styles change, and Irish made silver earrings evolved along with everything else. Different styles of earring became popular in Ireland. But one thing didn’t change much. Earrings, like other forms of jewelry, have always been a way for people to express themselves.

    Today’s Celtic drop earrings are a way for people to express their connection with their Celtic roots or their love of the Celtic cultures. Symbols such as the Tree of Life and the Trinity Knot go back centuries. Everyone recognizes the shamrock as a symbol of Ireland at a glance. They make a deep statement about the wearer’s identity and interests, inviting conversation and admiration.

    If you have a connection to the Celtic lands, a pair of gorgeous, meaningful earrings is a perfect way to celebrate it. You can wear them every day and for special occasions.

    Celtic DNA earrings made in 14K yellow gold and also sterling silver, hand crafted in Dublin, Ireland by Armoura Designs. Each piece has been stamped with approval from the Assay Office of Ireland which authenticates the purity and quality.

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