Irish Jewelry Design – The Heart of Every Celebration

A gift with sparkle is always special.

Irish jewelry design sits at the heart of every celebration – there’s always the right piece for the right time and a perfect hand crafted treasure for every occasion – from christenings to weddings, from engagements to birthdays and anniversaries.

Claddagh Rings
Claddagh Rings

Gift of First Jewelry

If you’d like a gift that will be treasured for years to come, think of the Claddagh as a starting point. This is the perfect present idea when it comes to a first gift of jewelry for a birthday or christening. Any young girl will treasure this gift of a Claddagh ring, whether it’s in yellow gold, white gold or silver and the message of the heart for love, the crown for loyalty and the hands for friendship is sure to resonate.

Claddagh Engagement Rings
Claddagh Engagement Rings

Engagements – Irish Style!
Bringing an Irish theme in to an engagement can add an extra layer of meaning and elevate it out of the ordinary. If you decide to choose a Claddagh engagement ring, you can go for many different styles – classic or contemporary - in either yellow gold, silver or white gold. It’s possible to add a precious stone such as an emerald or a sapphire to make your ring stand out even further and give it that extra sparkle!

Claddagh Birthstone Rings
Claddagh Birthstone Rings

A Birthday Surprise
Do you know your birthstone? More importantly do you know the birthstones of your loved ones? An absolutely fantastic birthday gift is a Claddagh ring with a birthstone sitting right at the center. From the garnet for January to the beautiful amethyst for February through the months including aquamarine for March and cubic zircona for April, each ring is totally unique.

May sees the deep green emerald, June the elegant alexandrite, July is the month of the ruby; August is the interesting peridot and September sees the blue sapphire.

October is the month of the pretty pink tourmaline and November birthdays have the citrine at the center while the December birthstone is the blue-green topaz.

Celtic Warrior Collection
Celtic Warrior Collection

Anniversary Collections  
And don’t forget men’s jewelry when it comes to birthdays, weddings and anniversary celebrations. There are many different collections with Irish heritage and culture and meaning right at the center. The Celtic Warrior Collection is inspired by the Ardagh Chalice and there is a range of ladies and gents wedding bands in silver, gold and white gold plus a beautiful two tone option. Celtic symbolism sits at the center of this stunning collection.

Irish Wedding Token
Irish Wedding Token

A Wedding Token!
The custom of the groom presenting his bride with a coin dates back to the time when the groom paid luck money to the family of the bride in order to bring blessings and happiness upon them. An Irish silver wedding token is a really beautiful and evocative way of continuing on this tradition – and is a piece of Irish heritage that will undoubtedly be treasured. This nicely crafted coin is inscribed with ‘Gra go Deo’ which means ‘Love Forever’.

Eternal Promise Collection
Eternal Promise Collection

Wedding Rings and Other Special Occasions   
The Eternal Promise collection at Rings from Ireland epitomizes a special bond between a loved one, whether it is marriage, friendship or any other sort of bond. Available in all metals, this collection is a stand out combination of very special jewelry and with messaging like ‘Love of my Heart’ ‘Love Forever’ and ‘My Soul Mate’ you can’t go wrong!

Faith Collection
Faith Collection

There is also a sensational Faith Collection at Rings from Ireland – inspired by the passion and goals that drive us all along as we move though our lives. The great thing about this collection is that it has something for everyone with a selection ranging from Celtic Knots to Claddagh to Newgrange inspired pieces.

Choose Irish – and you’ll be guaranteed that from bangles to earrings; rings to necklaces, there is a piece of sensational jewelry, no matter what the celebration.
Posted on August 7, 2020

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