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Here at Fallers we invite you to browse our virtual aisles, where you will find a very comprehensive range of Celtic jewellery, celitc rings, celtic engagement rings, Claddagh rings, Celtic jewelry, ear-rings, pendants, bracelets, Celtic crosses and hopefully you will find something to suit.
Sterling Silver Cross of Cong
$ 150.89more details
9K Gold Cross of Cong
$ 495.12more details
House of Lor Medium Arda Pendant
$ 117.89more details
House of Lor Small Arda Pendant
$ 74.50more details
House of Lor Harp Pendant
$ 186.73more details
Sterling Silver Trinity Knot Bracelet
$ 87.66more details
Trinity Knot Pearl Swarovski Bracelet
$ 87.66more details
14K Two Tone Trinity Knot Bar Bracelet
$ 523.41more details
Sterling Silver Trinity Knot Pearl Ring
$ 65.97more details
Sterling Silver Marcasite Shamrock Ring
$ 77.29more details
Sterling Silver Ladies Two Tone Trinity Knot Ring
$ 240.49more details
Sterling Silver Ladies Celtic and Claddagh Ring
$ 259.35more details
Sterling Silver Two Tone Claddagh Band
$ 410.24more details
Sterling Silver & Gold Celtic Ring
$ 356.44more details
Sterling Silver Connemara Marble St Brigid's Cross
$ 58.00more details
Sterling Silver Connemara Marble Twist Link Bracelet
$ 183.43more details
Sterling Silver Tree of Life Pendant
$ 78.75more details
Sterling Silver Cubic Zirconia Trinity Knot Pendant
$ 73.51more details
Sterling Silver Trinity Knot Pendant
$ 94.26more details
Sterling Silver Trinity Knot Circle Pendant
$ 104.64more details
Sterling Silver Trinity Heart Pendant
$ 56.59more details
Tara Lucky Irish Penny Coin
$ 42.39more details
Sterling Silver & 10K Gold Diamond Shamrock Earrings
$ 168.81more details
Sterling Silver & 10K Gold Diamond Shamrock Pendant
$ 131.56more details
Contemporary Celtic Jewellery styles
We stock growing collection of traditional and contemporary Celtic Jewellery styles.
The Celts kept no written records so there is no definitive source to tell us the true meanings of Celtic symbols, which is one of the reasons, Celtic symbols are widely used in the making of Irish Jewellery.
The Trinity motif is also known as the Triquetra – Latin for three-cornered. It is a holy symbol with various meanings depending on different aspects such as religion, nature and spirit beliefs. However all the meanings have one thing in common, the three separate essences are vitally interconnected.
Some of the meanings most associated with the Trinity Knot are as follows:
– Father, Son and Holy Ghost – Past, Present and Future - Spirit, Mind and Body - Mother, Father and Child. Often you will see the trinity knot surrounded by a circle. In this case the circle signifies the infinite and eternity as well as protection.
Celtic Tree of Life
The Celtic tree of life has branches which reach high into the heavens, while it’s roots dig deep into the earth. Yet all are woven together, signifying the connection between all things in heaven and earth.
Crosses represent the bridge or passage between heaven and earth. Celtic crosses are stone carved crosses found throughout the Irish countryside. Highly ornate and decorative stone crosses, they are covered in pictures, symbols and patterns. Many have crumbled over the centuries but some still stand to this day.
Celtic Knots are the most popular Celtic symbol. Featuring no beginning and no end these beautiful, interwoven and intricate designs represent eternity. Found throughout ancient Irish manuscripts such as the famous Book of Kells and on monuments such as Celtic Crosses. Celtic knots first appeared in Ireland when Irish monks began decorating their manuscripts with these highly ornate designs in the 7th Century.