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6 Celtic-Themed Pieces That Customers Want Year-Round

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Celtic styles are popular all year long with customers who want to honor their Irish heritage.

The month of March brings a sea of green and St. Patrick’s Day, but Celtic-inspired styles are becoming more popular year-round. From couples honoring their Irish heritage with their wedding bands to customers who want a Claddagh ring to symbolize loyalty, love and friendship, Stuller has several styles in-stock and ready to ship.

Celtic Styles

When you say the words ‘Celtic jewelry’ a mental image of the trinity knot is likely the first thing that comes to mind. Our most popular Celtic ring styles feature some form of this design along with other interlocking knots. In many cases, the average person won’t know what to call the style, but will almost always be able to associate it with Ireland or Irish culture.

Take a look at some of our best-sellers below.

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The Claddagh Symbol

Stuller Religious Jewelry Product Manager, Alisse Gregson says the Claddagh Ring has stood the test of time as a symbol of Irish heritage.

Traditionally gifted by a lover, friend, or family member, the Claddagh conveys a deep personal connection. When a girl comes of age, she may receive an heirloom Claddagh ring. It can pass from mother to daughter or from grandmother to granddaughter. During the Great Famine of the 19th century, masses emigrated to escape their country’s peril. In most cases, Claddagh rings were the only items of value families could bring to their new home. Even today, the style rules across much of Ireland and has garnered worldwide popularity.

-Alisse Gregson

Read more on the Stuller Blog “Claim Your Love With A Claddagh Ring.


Find more of our favorites featuring the Claddagh symbol in our Centered In Faith religious look book.


Rob Kirkpatrick

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