Celtic Jewelry Celtic Warrior Necklace - Symbolises Strength - Crafted in Dublin
- Stunning symbol of strength and love for an Irish woman in your life!
- Pendant measures approximately 3/4" in diameter and is placed on an 18" long chain.
- Made in Co Dublin, Ireland and stamped at Dublin Castle.
- Matching earrings, bracelets, and cufflinks also available.
- Ships same day within USA
Know a strong Irish woman who fights her own battles? She'll love this symbolic Irish necklace fashioned after a Celtic Warrior Shield inspired by one of Ireland's timeless treasures, the Ardagh Chalice. Found in 1868 buried in Co Limerick and believed to have been hidden there in the 8th or 9th centuries when churches and monasteries may have been invaded by Vikings. The beautiful chalice, now in the National Museum of Ireland, is adorned with circular silver and gold decorations resembling Celtic shields. The stunning, Irish pendant features raised Celtic knot work symbolizing never ending love as the detailing has no beginning nor ending.
Sterling silver necklace with an 18K yellow gold bead at the center placed on an 18" silver box chain. Pendant measures approximately 3/4" in diameter. A wonderful Irish gift filled with Celtic meaning of strength and enduring love! Made in Dublin by Boru Jewelry, a family-owned business since the 1980s. Named after Brian Boru, the last High King of Ireland, Boru jewelry strives to replicate a piece of history in beautiful jewelry.
This Celtic Warrior necklace has been hallmark stamped at the Assay Office in Dublin, Ireland, assuring its quality. The small hallmark stamp often requires a magnifying glass to locate and features a .925 stamp designating genuine sterling silver, the Boru Logo, the Assay Office logo, and a traditional fineness mark. Read more about jewelry hallmarking here.
With quality jewelry, make sure each piece is stored separately. Store in a dry, clean place in a divided jewelry box or individual boxes. It is good to bring in your fine jewelry to a professional jeweler for cleaning once a year. Jewelry can be cleaned by hand using a liquid jewelry cleaner, found in jewelry stores, or gentle soap and water. Keep your jewelry away from harsh chemicals such as bleach, as that will harm and dull most fine materials. Remove jewelry before showering.
My wife loves it and we’re both happy to have something from Ireland that’s good with any outfit. Thank your for making this.