"Mo Anam Cara" is interpreted in modern Irish or Gaelic as "My Soul Mate". It originated from the Irish word "Anamchara" which was literally translated as "Soul Friend" traditionally meaning a spiritual advisor or mentor.
The triple spiral triskelion design is taken from the megalithic art work found at Newgrange in County Meath. Spirals are the earliest decorative motif of the Celts and the first to disappear. Death and rebirth is the symbolism in the ever changing directional flow of the spiral.
These double sided pendant has a Triskellion spiral on one side and the words "Mo Anam Cara" the Gaelic expression written in a traditional Irish calligraphy on the other side.Learn More
Our Gaelic Mothers (máthair's) Necklace is a symbol of a mothers eternal love. Unending circles and spirals have represented the circle or journey of life in Celtic tradition and myth for thousands of years. Our "máthair's" eternal love necklace gracefully captures in script the word mother in Gaelic. This beautiful piece of Celtic spiral jewelry represents a mother's enduring love through life's never ending journey. Give mom a Gaelic Mothers Necklace today.
"There is but one and only one whose love will fail you never. One who lives from sun to sun with constant fond endeavor. There is but one and only one on earth there is no other. In Heaven a noble work was done when God gave man a Mother." an old Irish blessingLearn More
Our Herself Necklace is a regal Irish beauty for sure. The Irish term "Tis Herself" is an affectionate expression in both the Irish and Scottish language, denoting a woman of importance, usually the lady of the house. It is suggestive of someone announcing the appearance of royalty.Learn More
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Our exclusive Ogham Faith Cross is a testament to the Celtic spirit. On the front the cross depicts the traditional Ogham script that reads “faith”. On the reverse side it says the word “faith”.
Ogham script is the earliest form of Irish writing. The Ogham characters are a series of lines and notches scored a long a stem line. Ogham script is found often on ancient standing stones. The inscription is usually read from the bottom up, and it usually names a person being honored along with their ancestors. Celtic legend says that Ogham was created by Oghma, the son of An Daghda. Ogma was a warrior and the god of eloquence and literature. He fought the second battle of Magh Tuireadh where he slew the Formi, Indech, son to The Goddess Domnu.Learn More
Our Sláinte Bar Necklace will do any Irish Lass proud with is shamrock accent charm. The Sláinte Bar Necklace or Bar Necklace is a celebrity inspired and approved trend that's sure to go with any style.
Sláinte is the basic form in Irish Gaelic. Slainte or slàinte (SLAHN-chə) is a word literally translating as "health". Variations of this toast include sláinte mhaith "good health" in Irish (mhaith being the lenited form of maith "good").Learn More