Celtic Cross Earrings Sterling Silver Studs Made in Ireland
SKU: S33274 - BM
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- Earrings measure approximately ½” tall by ⅜” wide.
- Crafted from sterling silver, earrings won’t tarnish from wear!
- Comes in a gift box for easy gifting!
- Made by Solvar Ltd., in Dublin, Ireland and hallmarked at Dublin Castle.
- Highly rated in customer satisfaction!
These Celtic Cross earrings are a great way to show off your faith. Celtic Crosses are found throughout the Irish countryside in churches and graveyards, but have a long and rich history. Originally made from stone, Celtic Crosses are found in the ruins of monasteries, relics from early Christianity. Some date back to the eighth or ninth century, and feature designs that tell biblical stories. These earrings are a great way to embrace that long tradition of Irish Christianity! These Celtic Cross earrings are not made from stone, but sterling silver, another durable material! Measuring approximately 1/2" tall by 3/8" wide, these earrings look great with any outfit.
If you're looking for a great gift, these Irish earrings come in a gift box for easy gifting! Made by Solvar Ltd., these Celtic Cross earrings are the perfect new addition to your jewelry box. Solvar is a family-owned company with decades of experience in making traditional Irish jewelry for the modern era. These Celtic cross earrings are a significant and meaningful way to illustrate your Irish heritage and faith!
These Solvar earrings have been hallmark stamped at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle in Dublin, Ireland, assuring quality of design and materials. The small hallmark requires a magnifying glass to find on the back of the earrings. The hallmark features a mark designating genuine sterling silver, a Boru mark, an Assay Office mark, and a traditional fineness mark. Read more about jewelry hallmarking here.
To care for 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 to avoid soap buildup.