Celtic Earrings – 4 Stunning Ways to Celebrate Heritage

Earrings are a great investment as they’re an instant style update and always represent value when it comes to cost per wear.  

There are some stunning Celtic choices in earrings that truly celebrate Irish heritage in a very meaningful way. It’s an instant way to celebrate the culture and craft of Ireland and to wear and acknowledge Irish and Celtic history on a daily basis.

Here are four stunning ways to celebrate Irish and Celtic heritage...

Irish Claddagh Earrings

Claddagh – An Instant Classic
The timeless Claddagh is an instant classic and the circular motif looks particularly appealing when designed in to a pair of earrings. The meaning of the Claddagh is love, friendship and loyalty and there are various sizes available and choices in silver, yellow gold or white gold. There is a choice of Claddagh studs or Claddagh drop earrings.

Trinity Knot Earrings

Timeless Trinity Knot
The Trinity knot looks beautiful when designed as a set of earrings. The Trinity knot is an instantly recognizable symbol of Irish and Celtic culture and is an everlasting symbol and means no beginning and no ending. These beautiful Trinity knot earrings are available in small, medium or large sizes and in silver, yellow gold or white gold.

Celtic Warrior Large Earrings with 18k Gold Bead

Inspired by the Ardagh Chalice
These beautiful earrings are a wonderful representation of the Ardagh Chalice, one of Ireland’s most important treasures. The chalice, which was found in 1868 provides the inspiration for these beautiful Irish earrings, part of the Celtic Warrior Collection.  

History Of Ireland Silver Disc Earrings

History of Ireland – Earrings with a Story
The history of Ireland is depicted in these beautiful donut shaped earrings. There is also a Celtic circle of life on a small disc on each earring which then drops down to feature six important symbols celebrating Irish heritage from a map of Ireland to a harp to the Irish potato famine.

Celtic earrings are a beautiful way to showcase the best of Irish design.
Posted on October 8, 2019

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