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  1. $55.99

    This precious Irish guardian angel pendant is a celebration of all things Irish. May this adorable Irish angel bring a bit of Irish luck to all who wear her and a touch of joy to their hearts!

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  2. Luckenbooth Thistle Heart Pendant

    $79.99

    This regal Luckenbooth Thistle Heart necklace has a purple thistle heart design surmounted by the crown of Mary Queen of Scots. The Scotch Thistle is the national flower of Scotland. The Luckenbooth is one of the most romantic traditions from Scotland's rich history. Luckenbooths as love tokens are given by a groom-to-be to his betrothed to pin to her dress on their wedding day. The Luckenbooth would then be pinned to the blanket of the first-born child for good luck and to protect from evil spirits.

    The Luckenbooth is a Scottish symbol of love, dating back to the 17th century and often given as a token of betrothal, affection and friendship. It is usually in the shape of a heart or two entwined hearts symbolizing love and with a crown to symbolize loyalty. Luckenboothes were sold from shops or "locked booths" in Edinburgh's Royal Mile hence the name Luckenbooth.

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    Our Triskele Trinity Necklace glimmers with brilliance. The Triskele or triple spiral design is the Celtic symbol for the three stages of woman; maid, mother and wise woman. Where are you on the spiral of life?

    The triple spiral design of the triskele is associated with the Celts of Ireland and can be seen on the ancient site of Newgrange, in County Meath. Dating from 3200 BC, before the arrival of the Celts in Ireland, Newgrange contains carvings of the beautiful triple spiral design. Today the triskele is still used in Irish craft as a symbol with enduring meaning and beauty. 

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  4. Triskele Trinity Earrings

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    Our Triskele Trinity earrings glimmers with brilliance. The Triskele or triple spiral design is the Celtic symbol for the three stages of woman; maid, mother and wise woman. Where are you on the spiral of life?

    The triple spiral design of the triskele is associated with the Celts of Ireland and can be seen on the ancient site of Newgrange, in County Meath. Dating from 3200 BC, before the arrival of the Celts in Ireland, Newgrange contains carvings of the beautiful triple spiral design. Today the triskele is still used in Irish craft as a symbol with enduring meaning and beauty. 

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    Our Celtic Shooting Star Necklace is a modern take on the classic trinity knot design. Inspired by the Celtic stories of the night sky that bring events, Celtic symbols and folklore together creating the mythology we know today. The Celtic trinity knot is referred to as the Celtic Star. This beautiful Celtic Shooting Star Pendant is accented with yellow and rose gold trinity knots and sparkling cz. Turn heads and flaunt your star power with this Celtic pendant.

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  6. Celtic Shooting Star Earrings

    $89.99

    Our Celtic Shooting Star Earrings are a modern take on the classic trinity knot design. Inspired by the Celtic stories of the night sky that bring events, Celtic symbols and folklore together creating the mythology we know today. The Celtic trinity knot is referred to as the Celtic Star. These beautiful Celtic Shooting Star Earrings are accented with yellow and rose gold trinity knots. Turn heads and flaunt your star power with these sparkling Celtic earrings.

    Meaning of The Trinity Knot.....The trinity knot is the simplest of Celtic Knots representing a triune God. The Celts believed that the trinity, or the number three was special, everything came in three. The three stages of womanhood, maid, mother, and crone. The three elements, earth, fire, and water. in order to make a spiritual connection with the Celts Christianity also embraced this trinity knot to symbolize the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

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  7. Celtic Shooting Star Ring

    Regular Price: $89.99

    Special Price $69.99

    Our Celtic Shooting Star Ring is a modern take on the classic trinity knot design. Inspired by the Celtic stories of the night sky that bring events, Celtic symbols and folklore together creating the mythology we know today. The Celtic trinity knot is referred to as the Celtic Star. This gorgeous Celtic Shooting Star Ring is accented with yellow and rose gold trinity knots. Turn heads and flaunt your star power with this bold beauty of a Celtic ring.

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    Our Irish Princess Tiara Necklace is as royal of a beautiful as she most certainly is. She is Irish and as wise as she is independent and strong. A true Irish princess and a force to be reckoned with. This beautiful Irish crown adorned with shamrocks the symbol of Ireland is a true Irish beauty.

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  9. Celtic Butterfly Pendant

    $69.99

    Our Celtic Butterfly Necklace is a symbol of transformation and rebirth. The Celtic Butterfly Necklace is beautiful and its symbolic meaning is similar amongst many cultures throughout time. This delicate Celtic butterfly is a symbol  transformation, inspiration, and rebirth.  The rebirth is an important belief of the Celts both in the  spiritual and  physical realms. The butterfly in its miraculous way symbolizes transformation and  rebirth.  Celtic woman were uniquely aware of nature and would  have be keenly aware  of a butterflies metamorphosis.

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    Our Mo Anam Cara Trinity Band puts a gaelic twist on a traditional classic. This trinity band style with it's three intertwined bands has one band with the Irish phrase Mo Anam Cara. The Gaelic translation is My Soul Friend or My Soul Mate meaning a full bond between two people. The Celts believed when two people form a deep bond that their souls would be intertwined in a lasting bond.

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