Giveaway from the Holiday Gift Guide – For Him/Her: Irish Celtic Jewels – Open Worldwide!

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If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, shopping at IrishCelticJewels.com should be on your to-do list!

  • Do you know someone who is Irish or loves Irish folklore?
  • Do you need a gift for a special female and would like to give her something with meaning?
  • Are you going to treat yourself to a piece of jewelry soon?
  • Does your husband need a hing on what you would love to find under the Christmas tree this year?
Irish Celtic Jewels has beautiful, high-quality, unusual jewelry designs.  Their catalog is large with many choices for different people on your shopping list.  There are designs for men, women and children.  Here are some of my favorites:

Irish Celtic Jewels has Tara's Diary Charms that fit on a Pandora bracelet!

The magic and mystic of the Celtic knots are undeniable and symbolise the weaving together of two lives. For many, this Celtic symbol represents the eternity of life, nature and love.

Irish Celtic Jewels was kind enough to send these Tree of Life earrings for me to review. I am very impressed with the quality of the manufacturing and absolutely love the design. I receive compliments every time I wear them and it’s fun to be able to tell the story behind them.

Designed to coordinate with the Celtic Tree of Life pendant, these special drop earrings are also stunning on their own. The Celtic Tree of Life is a symbol of birth, death, and spiritual rebirth…each part of the Tree of Life symbolizes the underworld, the earth, and the heavens.

 

Irish Celtic Jewels is owned and located in Ireland, but customers come from all over the world.  The website is a wealth of information about Ireland, Irish customs, and jewelry.  I loved wandering around the “Irish and Celtic Information” pages!

Here’s a little quiz about things I read on the Irish Celtic Jewels website:

Q:  Is Carat a measure of the size of a diamond?

Q:  In Ireland, it’s tradition that before a bride leaves the wedding party, she tosses her flower bouquet.  What does it signify for the person who catches it?

Q:  What does a sprig of rosemary in a bridal bouquet signify?

Q:  What do the Irish do to prepare a clean heart (and home) for the coming of the Christ Child at Christmas?

Q:  What is a “babby”?

Answer any of the above questions in the comments below and correct answers will be an extra entry in the giveaway!

One lucky KLY reader is going to win any silver item of their choice (up to a $60 value)!  And even more good news, this is open worldwide!  Enter in the Rafflecopter form below and don’t forget extra entries for answering the quiz questions correctly!


 

Disclosure of Material Connection: All opinions are my own unless otherwise stated. I was sent a pair of earrings for review.  This disclosure is in accordance with FTC guidelines.

Comments

  1. 1

    Silver Claddagh ‘Love Loyalty Friendship’ Ring
    $59.00

  2. 2
    Stacey Dempsey says:

    Rosemary sprigs meaning “remembrance and fidelity” are often tucked into the bride’s bouquet or the groom’s boutonniere
    that is what i found anyways , sounds good to me
    staceyx at telus dot net

  3. 3
    Stacey Dempsey says:

    I liked alot but the Silver Celtic Knot Family Birthstone Pendant is really cool, although with 3 virgos in my house it would be mostly one color lol the
    Silver CZ and Green CZ Shamrock Pendant is really nice too
    staceyx at telus dot net

  4. 4

    I chose the Silver Pearl Set Trinity Knot Pendant.
    Also carat does describe the weight. A Babby is a variation of Baby. And it’s said that whoever catches the bouquet will marry next.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot)com

  5. 5
    Mary Preston says:

    Q: In Ireland, it’s tradition that before a bride leaves the wedding party, she tosses her flower bouquet. What does it signify for the person who catches it?

    A: The woman who catches the flowers is supposedly the next to marry.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  6. 6
    Robin Blankenship says:

    Silver CZ Trinity Knot Cross Pendant

  7. 7

    I would pick the Trinity Knot Silver Celtic Pendant.

  8. 8

    I would throw in a couple of extra dollars and get the Silver Trinity Knot and Pearl Earrings

  9. 9
    Christopher Scott Roundell says:

    I would pick the Celtic Knot and Ogham Wedding Style Band.

  10. 10
    Sue Farrell says:

    I would get the Silver CZ and Green GZ Shamrock pendant.
    suefarrell.farrell@gmail.com

  11. 11
    samantha m says:

    Love to get the claddaugh ring

  12. 12

    I would get the Silver Claddagh Birthstone Ring (with my little one’s birthstone)

  13. 13
    Jennifer Hall says:

    The Irish use the custom of cleaning and whitewashing to serve as a way to prepare a clean heart & home for the coming of the Christ Child.

    I love the Silver Celtic Knot Earrings the most. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Jennifer Hall
    solitarydragon77@gmail.com

  14. 14

    a carat is the weight, cut clarity & cut…the 4 c’s
    pkeintz@gmail.com

  15. 15

    when you toss the bouguet it means the maid is the next one expected to marry.
    pkeintz@gmail.com

  16. 16

    sprigs of rosemary in your bouquet means to remember a deceased loved one
    pkeintz@gmail.com

  17. 17

    a babby ia a little child
    pkeintz@gmail.com

  18. 18

    I would pick the Silver Pearl Set Trinity Knot Pendant.

  19. 19
    Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    Ladies Silver Claddagh and Celtic Band

  20. 20

    Is Carat a measure of the size of a diamond?
    Answer: No, it is the measure of the weight of a diamond

  21. 21

    I like the Ladies Silver Claddagh and Celtic Band. My husband and I had wanted wedding bands like that, but for some reason we went in another direction. I’ve always wanted one for my right hand though.

  22. 22
    Linda Kish says:

    A carat is a unit of weight for diamonds.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  23. 23
    Linda Kish says:

    The maiden fortunate enough to catch the bouquet is the next one expected to marry.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  24. 24
    Linda Kish says:

    The addition of a sprig of rosemary to the bridal bouquet or flower arrangements is to remember a deceased loved one.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  25. 25
    Linda Kish says:

    They whitewash the outside of buildings to prepare for Christmas.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  26. 26

    Babby is an old-fashioned term for a baby.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  27. 27
    Robin Quick says:

    Carat measures the weight of a diamond.

  28. 28
    Robin Quick says:

    I would get the Celtic Knot and Ogham Wedding Style Band for my husband.

    mnrquick at yahoo dot com

  29. 29
    Holly Hennessy Swint says:

    A diamond’s size is measured by its carat weight. A carat equals 200 milligrams.

  30. 30
    Bernadette Standring says:

    The person who catches the bouquet is said to be the next to be married.

    I would choose the Celtic Tree of Life Pendant earrings. I have had a very bad year and had who friend who has stood by me throught it all and some of it was bad. That is the test of a try friendship.

  31. 31
    Bernadette Standring says:

    Corrections….. I have had a bad year and had a friend who stood by me through it all, even where my own family has turned their back on me. That is the test of a true friendship.

  32. 32

    I’d choose Silver CZ and Green CZ Shamrock Pendant

  33. 33

    I love the emerald and diamond trinity cross pendant.

  34. 34

    I love Tara’s Diary Celtic Cross Stack Ring.

  35. 35

    Carat measures diamond weight.

  36. 36

    I love the Silver Celtic Trinity Knot Pendant

  37. 37

    Neat giveaway. Thank you and Happy Holidays. I’d probably choose the Silver Pearl Set Trinity Knot Earrings. That or the Silver Pearl Set Trinity Knot pendant.

  38. 38

    I like the Silver Pearl Set Trinity Knot Pendant

  39. 39
    Valerie Belley says:

    A dimands size is measured bu it carat weight. Looked it up on their web sight

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