Pendants are easy to wear, always elegant and perhaps the most personal piece of jewellery you will wear, being as it is, so close to the heart. Exquisitely designed for special occasions, our unique hand-crafted Celtic pendants are based on Celtic and Irish symbols.

All of our gold and silver handmade pendants come with their own Sterling silver chains and extra-protective luxury packaging. Handmade in Ireland and shipped worldwide.

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A polished Sterling silver Trinity knot is beautifully contrasted against a sandblasted finish on this elegant locket. The polished silver Trinity pendant is the perfect gift for your sweetheart.

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The engraved Celtic knot on this Sterling silver locket really stands out against the polished finish. A beautiful locket that can hold two photos of those who mean most to you. Carefully handcrafted by Irish artisans with generations of experience and presented in a luxury jewelry box.

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A solid 3D like pendant with the authentic Trinity knot design on the front and is also used as the bail to secure the 18" chain. Crafted from Sterling silver, each corner of the Trinity knot is filled with sparkling cubic zirconia. Handcrafted in Ireland by skilled craftsmen and packaged in luxury presentation box. 

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The age old Trinity knot symbol is set with real sparkling diamonds in this Sterling silver pendant. The Celtic Trinity diamond set pendant is a gift that is sure to please for any occasion.

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The rope etched Trinity pendant is truly eye-catching. The Trinity knot itself is rolled gold and between the gold and Sterling silver rope design is a border filled with sparkling cubic zirconia. 

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The heart shaped pendant has a border lined with white cubic zirconia stones encapsulating the Sterling silver Trinity knot design in the center. A perfect gift for the woman in your life.

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The intricate Trinity knot pendant consist of four Trinity knots bound together and brought to life with several sparkling cubic zirconia. The knot design has no beginning or end, symbolizing eternal love.

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A gold Celtic heart knot set in a beautiful brushed finish Sterling silver pendant. This pendant has both depth and uniqueness which make it a must have for any collection.

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A perfect golden Trinity knot is surrounded by a cubic zirconia filled circle made from Sterling silver. The Trinity knot can represent both the triple Celtic Goddesses or more recently, the christian Holy Trinity.

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A beautiful sparkling heart shape is intertwined with a golden Trinity knot design. Cubic zirconia are used to add sparkle to the Sterling silver heart in this extraordinary Celtic pendant.

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Sparkles are the order of the day with this exquisite intertwined heart shaped Celtic pendant. The borders are lined with white cubic zirconia making this piece truly eye-catching.

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Sterling silver and rose gold come together in this beautiful Trinity knot pendant. It is brought to life with three sparkling cubic zirconia. Give the gift of meaning to the one you love.

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Simple, elegant, beautiful. The Sterling silver Trinity knot pendant with cubic zirconia is made to please. The ancient Trinity knot design has no beginning and no end, representing eternal life and love.

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A national symbol of Ireland through the ages and a trademark of Guinness, the harp is a musical way to show Irish heritage and pride. With a most artful combination of gentle curves and solid straight lines this beautiful harp charm is eye pleasing.

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This golden shamrock appears to be a pressed from the real plant itself. Such lovely details as the veins on the leaves and textured stem are sure to catch and hold the eyes. A gift of luck for someone dear, or a treasure for yourself that can be worn with an assortment of other charms in modern trend.

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Irish Pendants

Celtic Necklaces & Pendants

Celtic Symbols

Similarly, the Celtic knot motif has been a part of Celtic culture for hundreds of years. While the historical meaning of the endless loops in traditional Celtic knots may be lost, this design has come to signify eternity, love and the circle of life. The Celtic knot is one of the most popular motifs in Celtic jewelry and artistry.

Celtic Symbols

Celtic Pendant Symbolism Revealed

When it comes to the Celtic pendants, necklaces and rings in our collection, we believe you’re not just wearing jewelry; you’re wearing a little piece of history. The various Celtic designs we have on offer all carry their own unique symbolism and it is fun to learn more about the motif you just purchased.

In a number of ancient cultures, jewelry was seen as a powerful object that contained and protected the energy of the wearer and it seems as if the Celts had this connection to the jewelry they wore. While the metal used to create the jewelry could help signify the class and wealth of the wearer, it was the designs themselves that really held meaning. Below, we look at the symbolism of some of the Celtic jewelry in our collection.

Tree of Life

According to the Celts, the Tree of Life (also known as crann bethadh) symbolized balance and harmony. For them, the Tree was a representation of how life in Earth and Heaven were interconnected. The branches grew upwards towards heaven, the roots descended into the underworld and the trunk stayed on Earth and managed to unite the branches and roots.

Whenever the Celts cleared land, they left one giant tree in the center of fields. It was common for them to hold meetings and even elect their chieftain under this tree. They believed the tree had the ability to look after all life because it provided people and animals alike with shelter, food and even medicine.

Some Celts even believed they came from the trees and saw them as living things. Indeed, the trees that protected the land were even deemed to be doorways into the spirit world. Cutting down the Tree of Life was one of the worst crimes any Celt could commit but chopping down an enemy’s tree was hailed as a success.


It’s said that St. Patrick used the shamrock to help teach the Irish natives about Christianity when he arrived in Ireland in AD 431 (this is a widely accepted date though scholars are not in full agreement). It represented the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit; otherwise known as the Holy Trinity.

However, the Celts also revered the shamrock because of their own obsession with the occurrence of three’s. You can see evidence of this in the wide range of Celtic symbols that are related to the number ‘3’ such as the triple spiral, triquetra and triskelion. The shamrock was also a major food source for the livestock of the Celts so it also became associated with nurturing and abundance.


Animals have a number of attributes that caused them to be considered strange by the Celts; yet this ancient people also desired animal traits such as flying, fast running, great swimming, sharp hearing and remarkable strength. When you see a Celtic design where humans and animals are joined by a knot, it is a representation of how humans rely on nature. The Celts had different meanings for animals including:

  1. Bird: A bringer of messages and a bridge between earth and water.
  2. Bull: Represents a strong will.
  3. Butterfly: Symbolizes rebirth, transformation and inspiration.
  4. Dog: Loyalty and companionship. It was also a symbol of good fortune.
  5. Salmon: Prophecy and wisdom.
  6. Snake: This animal represented healing, creation and fertility.

Trinity Knot

Also known as the ‘triquetra’, the Trinity Knot is arguably the most famous of all Celtic knots and like the rest, it is made up of a single continuous line. This of course symbolizes eternity as the knot has no beginning or end. According to the Celts, all of the important things in the world came in threes. Examples include the three domains (the sky, earth and the sea), the three stages of life and three elements.

As the Trinity Knot was such an ideal fit for the Christian belief system, it became widely used in Christianity as it represented the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. In the modern era, neopagans use the Knot to represent the Three Stages of Motherhood; also known as Maiden, Mother & Crone.

If you look through our collection of pendants, necklaces, rings and other Celtic jewelry, you’ll find all of the above designs and more.

Our Pendant Collection

Our collection of pendants feature numerous designs of common Celtic motifs as well as symbols like the shamrock, the horseshoe and the Celtic circle. They are all available in silver, yellow gold and white gold and come with exquisitely detailed chains to match. Whether you are looking for a gorgeous pendant to add to your own jewelry collection or that perfect gift for a loved one, you are sure to find what you are looking for in our extensive collection. Browsing through you will see that our designs honor the centuries old Celtic heritage while offering the attractiveness of contemporary designs.

A Celtic pendant is an elegant piece that should be a staple in every woman's jewelry collection. With a wide variety of Celtic designs to choose from, we are sure to have the hand crafted necklace that is the perfect fit for you. The beauty of owning a piece of Celtic jewelry not only lies in its elegance, but also in its sentiment. Choosing which Celtic symbol means the most to you is an extremely personal, heart warming process.

Do you want to represent your religious beliefs by wearing a trinity pendant? Do you want to convey romance by wearing a Claddagh pendant? Do you want to show pride in your Irish heritage by wearing a Celtic knot necklace? These are all questions that you will have to ask yourself while deciding which necklace will be delicately worn over your heart. Our jewelry embodies the convenience of versatile wearability. They are able to gracefully compliment a dress with their refined design, and also enhance a casual look by adding an element of sophistication. This flexibility allows our show stopping necklaces to shine on any occasion.

Not find the pendants you want? Check out our beautiful Celtic Cross collection for something different.

  • Celtic Cross Collection