Irish Jewelry for Women Trinity Knot Earrings Sterling Silver & Connemara Marble Made in Ireland
SKU: S33301 - BM
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- Trinity Knot earrings measure approximately ½” wide x 1 ⅛” tall and come on 3/4" long fish hook style backings.
- Crafted from sterling silver and embedded with Connemara Marble. Nickel and allergy free.
- Comes in a Biddy Murphy gift box for easy gifting.
- Made by Solvar Ltd., located in Dublin, Ireland and hallmark stamped at Dublin Castle.
- Hassle free returns and exchanges!
These unique sterling silver Trinity Knot earrings are a lovely way to express your love of Ireland! The Trinity Knot is a popular Irish symbol, and dates back centuries, even before the iconic Celtic Cross. It was an early representation of the Holy Trinity, and has been seamlessly adopted into popular Irish culture into the modern era. This rendition of the Trinity Knot measures approximately ½” wide by 1 ⅛” tall, and dangles from fish hook backings. These earrings are made of sterling silver and embedded with Connemara Marble. Connemara Marble is found only in the rugged region of Connemara, on the West Coast of Ireland, making the green gem a rarity. With these earrings, you will literally be wearing a piece of Ireland! If you are looking for a gift, look no further than these wonderful earrings! The Celtic earrings come in a gift box for easy gifting!
These earrings were made by Solvar Ltd., a family-owned company based in Dublin. Solvar has won many awards for their fine Irish jewelry, which is always inspired by the culture and history of Ireland. Add this wonderful Irish jewelry for women to your jewelry box today.
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 Solvar mark, an Assay Office mark, and a traditional fineness mark. Read more about jewelry hallmarking here.
To care for your 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.