Everyone is on the hunt for that perfect Valentine’s gift when the same old flowers and fattening chocolate just is not going to cut it. Especially after the year we all had in 2020. The pandemic has given people a newfound or renewed appreciation for our relationships, a spiritual awakening and has left us in search of a deeper meaning in everything. So, we recommend instead of giving the same old boring thoughtless gift why not give a beautiful piece of Celtic jewelry steeped in sentimental meaning, tradition, and spiritualism. Women of all ages love a nice piece of jewelry, especially something that was thoughtfully selected with meaning.
Celtic Jewelry Gift Ideas for Valentines:
1. Connemara Marble: Connemara Heart Toggle Bracelet
Give her a wee bit of Ireland and your Irish heart to carry with her always. Connemara is a region in county Galway. Our Connemara Marble Heart Toggle Bracelet is so beautiful, and History and tradition stoked! You will love owning one.
The word Connemara comes from the Gaelic meaning “Inlets for the Sea”. Connemara Marble is a rare form of marble found in the region. It is typically greenish in color. It is one of the rarest forms of marble in the world. Deposits date back some 600 million years! The marble forms when limestone is heated under pressure. While the color is predominately green there are often shades of grey and brown seen throughout. 4000-year-old axes made from Connemara Marble in the Stone Age can be seen in The National Museum of Ireland.
Owning a piece is like a little slice of Irish heaven.
Connemara Marble is a rare form of marble found in the region. … It is one of the rarest forms of marble in the world. Deposits date back some 600 million years! The marble forms when limestone is heated under pressure.
2. Arrow Necklace: Cupid Aims Straight for the Heart
Channel your inner Celtic archer with Celtic knot adorned Celtic Arrow Jewelry. This beautiful Celtic Arrow Jewelry Collection aims straight for the heart. It’s a fun and stylish token of Celtic love. As though being struck by Cupid’s arrow she’ll be smitten by the Celtic Arrow Jewelry Collection. Once struck it’s hard to resist this cute Celtic Arrow Jewelry. The Celtic Arrow Collection is a brilliantly unique Celtic Jewelry trend.
What is the meaning of the Celtic Arrow?
The Celtic Arrow Meaning is a symbol of the Celtic Warrior, courageous and bravery. The Celtic Arrow is an ancient symbol reminding us of the traditions of the Celtic Warrior and the bravery within.
3. Love her to the Moon and Back!
She’ll be moon struck with our Celtic Moon Pendant and Celtic Moon Earrings. Celtic mythology and symbolism is big on balance and the Celtic moon is very significant. There is a moon goddess also worshiped by the Celts, who is associated with the lunar cycles. Waning Crescent Moon. CRESCENT MOON. The Celtic Creasant Moon is stunning. The word “crescent” comes from the Latin term ceres meaning to “bring forth, create” and crescere, the Latin term for “grow, thrive”. The Celtic moon is big and beautiful and hard not to look at.
4. Show Her She’s Your Shining Star
Shimmer brilliantly like the brightest star in the night sky wearing our Celtic Star Pendant. It is the perfect gift for any shining star in your life.
The Celtic Star is an ancient Celtic symbol that stands for being, spirit life and eternal. The Celtic Star is an interesting Celtic symbol combined with the Triquetra and it is made up of a knotted triangular shape, which is composed of an unbroken, continuous line.
Shimmer brilliantly like the brightest star in the night sky wearing our Celtic Star Pendant. It is the perfect gift for any shining star in your life. Polaris, often referred to as the North Star, is seemingly un-moving in our sky due to its alignment with the Earth’s axis at the northern pole.
5. Give Her A Key – A Key to your Heart
The Key To My Irish Heart necklace combines true symbols of love and Ireland. A key to your Irish heart and a four leaf clover. The four leaf clover is a symbol of good luck. The leaves of the clover stand for hope, faith, love and luck. Unlock the door to true love with the key to your Irish heart.
6. Hug and Kisses Claddagh
Lavish her with hugs and kisses to carry with her wherever she goes. Our delightful sterling silver collection of XO and Claddagh Hugs and Kisses Jewelry Collection. Our Hugs and Kisses Claddagh Jewelry will definitely Inspire her to lay a big hug and kiss on you. This Hugs and Kisses Claddagh necklaceis totally charming. The XO claddaghwill show her how much you want to smother her in you affections all while proclaiming your eternal friendship, love and loyalty.
7. She Makes your Heart Skip a Beat: Celtic Heartbeat Necklace
The Celtic Heartbeat Necklace lets her know your heart beats only for her. This brilliant heartbeat necklace in sleek sterling silver,is adorned with rose gold trinity knot that catches the eye. This romantic heartbeat necklace symbolizes the vitality of Celtic love. Like the old Irish saying, “My pulse, my heart, A chuisle, a chroí.”
The Celtic Heartbeat Necklace is depicted as an AFib or Atrial fibrillation because it is an abnormal heart rhythm characterized by the rapid and irregular beating of the atrial chambers of the heart.
8. The Knot that Binds Us: The Celtic Couples Knot
Our Celtic Couples Knot Pendant pledges your eternal love with this woven Celtic knot. Like true love Celtic knots have not ending. The Celtic Couples Knot Pendant is the perfect gift for that special someone in your life.
What is the Celtic Couples Knot ?
Our Celtic Couples Knot Jewelry Collection pledges your eternal love with this woven Celtic knot. Like true love Celtic knots have not ending. The Celtic Couples Knot Jewelry Collection is the perfect gift for that special someone in your life.
9. The Trinity Knot – The Celtic Love Knot
The Celtic love knot is a modern-day Irish tradition. Also know as the trinity knot, it is a religious symbol with both pagan and Christians heritage. In Celtic mythology, knots especially Celtic love knots symbolize the sacred geometry of the universe and being. It is customary to give a loved one a gift with the trinity knot, or Celtic Love Knot, like a necklace or ring, to embody feelings of love. The trinity knots interlaced and unbroken lines symbolize spiritual growth, eternal life and undying love. When you give a piece of Celtic Jewelry like the Diamond Infinity Trinity necklace you pledge your infinite love and loyalty .
10. The Famous Celtic Symbol of Love: The Claddagh Ring
Claddagh Rings are world renowned, and are worn by both men and women, single or taken. Irish Claddagh rings are named for the ancient fishing village of Claddagh, near Galway, Ireland, dating back to the 17th century. The Claddagh ring in Irish is fáinne Chladaigh and is a traditional Irish ring which represents love, loyalty, and friendship. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love, and the crown represents loyalty. The Irish Cladddagh ring, as currently known, was first produced in the 17th century.
The Claddagh ring is really a fede rings and have a long history dating back to Roman times. The name “fede” derives from the Italian phrase mani in fede meaning loosely “hands joined in faith” or “hands joined in loyalty”. The clasped hands were viewed as promise ring used as an engagement ring or wedding ring in medieval and Renaissance Europe. The Irish Claddagh ring is a version of the fede ring has roots deeply seeded in long standing Irish tradition.
Irish or not, if you want to give a token of your friendship, love and loyalty that has meaning, the Claddagh rings may be the choice for you. Claddagh rings, are often mistakenly spelt Clatter Ring or Clodagh Ring, like it sounds (Irish: fáinne Chladaigh) is a traditional Irish ring. The Claddagh ring means eternal love, loyalty, and friendship. Claddagh rings consists of a heart with a crown held by two hands symbolizing love, loyalty and friendship. Claddagh Rings have become a world renowned symbol of love.
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