Celtic designs are known to have many meanings, from symbolizing Ireland’s ancient culture to God’s eternal love. This St. Patrick’s Day, we created our Celtic Collection to help commemorate these historic symbols and what they represent to you.
The traditional Celtic knot shown on our Celtic Bell Pendant and Charm is thought to stand for The Holy Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The Claddagh Bell Pendant, based on an old famous Irish folk tale, symbolizes love, loyalty and friendship. In Christian faith, the circle found on our Celtic Cross signifies God’s eternal love.
Each bell in our collection shares the rich Celtic history in Ireland while serving as a steadfast reminder of your faith.
Give the gift of our Celtic Bell Pendant or Charm to the adventurer in your life, which shows the intricacy of God’s creation and man’s wandering path through life. Commemorate your loyalty to a friend or significant other with our Claddagh Bell Pendant. The two hands illustrate friendship, the heart signifies love and the crown on top is for loyalty. Honor your faith with our classic Celtic Cross, which combines many traditional Celtic knots with a circle, representing God and his eternal love for us.
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In the early part of the 8th century A.D., the Celtic Knot was used to show the intricacy of God’s creation and mans wandering path through life. The Celtic Bell shows that same intricacy of detail used in those first patterns.
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The Claddagh Bell represents the famous Irish Folktale, about a townsman kidnapped into slavery, who returns to present a ring to his true love. The Claddagh symbol is a traditional token of loyalty and friendship as well as romantic love. The hands in the design represent friendship, the heart, love, and the crown, loyalty.
May your troubles be less and your blessing be more, and nothing but happiness come through your door!
May the luck of the Irish be with you! Browse our entire Celtic Collection here.