Connemara Marble

Celtic Cross Necklace

If you’re looking for the perfect Irish gift then look no further than this stunning Celtic cross necklace.

This Celtic Cross Irish pendant pays homage to that most treasured of ancient Irish monuments, examples of which still survive to this day. The earliest surviving Celtic crosses date from the 7th century and the finest examples date from the 9th and 10th Centuries.
These magnificent crosses are carved from stone with elaborate Celtic Knotwork. You can still see and touch these original crosses around Ireland – real living history.

This is a unique piece of jewellery handcrafted from marble which is only found in the Connemara region of Ireland. This unique stone dates back over 900 million years and is known as “Ireland’s gemstone”. All of our Connemara marble is truly authentic, hand lifted from our quarry in Lissoughter, Recess Co Galway. 100% natural and untreated, we simply polish the marble with natural beeswax.

 

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Description

The circles around the intersection of this Celtic cross necklace represent unification, totality, wholeness and inclusion.

The cross is presented on an 18″ sterling silver chain.

Our sterling silver is hallmarked at the Dublin Assay Office located at Dublin Castle.

The cross has a drop length of 3.5 cm and a width of 1.5cm with a weight of 3 grams.

You can pair the necklace with our Connemara Marble stretch bracelet with Celtic Knot charm

 

Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Metal

Sterling Silver

Size

18" Chain, 3.5cmL x 1.5cmW

Stamp

Irish Assay Office

Style

Celtic Cross

Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Metal

Sterling Silver

Size

18" Chain, 3.5cmL x 1.5cmW

Stamp

Irish Assay Office

Style

Celtic Cross

certificate

Certificate of Authenticity

Each marble product purchase includes a Certificate of Authenticity to prove it was made with genuine Connemara Marble.

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