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The Art of Designing Irish Jewelry for Future Generations

The pandemic has changed many peoples shopping habits and has solidified people’s confidence in ecommerce. Today more people are turning to online stores like the popular online Irish jeweler, The Irish Jewelry Company for that unique piece of sentimental Irish Jewelry for that special occasion during these difficult times.

Designing Irish Jewelry for today’s savvy customer who shops online and enjoys good value is becoming more and more challenging. The customer wants a modernistic and trendy look that reflects their Irish heritage and sense of style all at an affordable price with fast flat rate shipping practically shipped yesterday.  They are also looking for that piece that shares a story or has a significant meaning. Something that really tugs on their heart strings.

For instance, take the traditional Irish Claddagh Ring design. Millennials love what it symbolizes, friendship, love and loyalty. But our customer was looking for a more modern then the traditional claddagh ring with a clean design that offered real value. Inspired by recent trends in stackable jewelry we came up with the Claddagh Stack Ring. Our Claddagh Stackable Ring Set is a brilliant blend of an ancient Irish claddagh tradition with a fresh modern design. Our three-piece stack claddagh ring set is sterling silver and has real diamond accents in the crown and pave heart. This Stack Claddagh Ring set is a true symbol of eternal Irish friendship, love and loyalty. Our customer loves the new modern twist on the tradition Claddagh Ring. The Claddagh Stack Ring is one of our best sellers.

Another interesting take on a tradition Irish Jewelry is our Celtic Mothers Knot. The Celtic Mothers Knot also known as the Celtic Motherhood Knot is a variation of the familiar Trinity knot symbolizing the Celtic faith and family bond. Our Celtic Mothers Knot jewelry represents the special bond between a mother and her children and their Celtic heritage. Irish and Celtic moms will love our symbolic and unique Celtic Mothers Knot jewelry pieces. Honor her with an elegant Celtic reminder of motherhood with these Celtic mother’s jewelry items.

Designing Irish jewelry that is both high quality and unique in design while still taking inspiration from Irish culture is a long and thought out process.  When a customer buys a piece of Irish jewelry such as a Claddagh Ring, they want a beautiful piece of jewelry that is fresh and new looking but that they are still able to pass on traditional Irish culture and custom with.  Customers are celebrating their Celtic heritage and a love of Ireland through original Irish Jewelry design. Beautiful Irish jewelry should be the highest of quality, steeped in Celtic symbolism and rich in Irish tradition. Providing customers with specially designed unique Irish jewelry everyone can love and appreciate for any occasion is important. Irish Jewelry Customers are proud to be Irish and they want their Irish gift to make a statement that every Irishman can be proud to give.

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