Birthstone Celtic Trinity Knotwork February Stone Sterling Silver Earrings
Sterling Silver Earrings
Birthstone February Coloured Stone
Celtic Design Earrings
Celtic Trinity Knot Design
Celebrate your birthdate (or one of a loved one) with our highly attractive sterling silver Celtic Birthstone Earrings featuring the famous Celtic Trinity Knot, and enhanced with an attractive stone denoting the month of birth.
Presented in a quality black and gold jewellery box, with a gold label detailing the Month and Birthstone colour, they will make an ideal and unique gift idea.
Size approximately - 1.37" inches (35.00mm) X 0.31" inches (8.00mm)
JANUARY – GARNET (Dark Red)
FEBRUARY – AMETHYST (Lilac)
MARCH – AQUAMARINE (Light Blue)
APRIL – CRYSTAL (Clear)
MAY – EMERALD (Green)
JUNE – MOONSTONE (Multi)
JULY – RUBY (Red)
AUGUST – PERIDOT (Light Green)
SEPTEMBER – SAPPHIRE (Blue)
OCTOBER – OPAL (Light Purple)
NOVEMBER - YELLOW TOPAZ (Yellow)
DECEMBER – TURQUOISE (Turquoise)
There are matching pendants and rings in my store to purchase separately or as complete sets. Please enquire.
Presented in a quality black and gold jewellery box, they will make an ideal and unique gift idea.
Perfect for any occasion. This is a gift that will be proudly worn by any member of your family.
Please be advised that your item needs to be cast and made before it can be sent to you. Please allow sufficient time for your order to arrive.
Questions welcome at anytime, my door is always open for assistance.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CELTS
For 800 years the Celts were the most powerful people in central and northern Europe. There were many tribes of Celts who spoke related languages, shared similar customs and beliefs, and created works of art in closely connected styles.
Invaders, such as the Romans, eventually drove them from their lands, although they never managed to conquer all the Celts, with parts of Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Ireland continuing under Celtic rule until about AD1100.
It is in these lands that Celtic art and designs survived, carved into stone crosses and discovered on jewellery and ornaments. Religious scholars and monks adopted the traditions of Celtic art, creating illuminated texts such as the Book of Kells.
The Celtic Cross evolved, with the circle that surrounds the cross symbolising the 'great wheel of life" and knotwork denoting the binding of the soul to the world.