Step back in time with the Celtic Warrior Collection. You can feel the history, culture and honor in each piece. Using a fusion of silver and gold, this pendant reflects the movement of the sun and the effect the pagan snake god Crom had on Christianity in Ireland. The collection is inspired by the Ardagh Chalice from the late 6th to early 9th Century.
Made in Ireland and hallmarked at Dublin Castle. Sterling silver rodium plated. 18 inch chains. Also available in 10K and 14K - please contact us for a quote.
Allow 2 weeks if not in stock. Available in three sizes. Small 16mm, Medium 20mm, Large 35mm with 22 inch chain. Comes gift boxed.
Another fine Celtic Cross with from the Celtic Warrior ® Collection is inspired by the famous Ardagh Chalice. The Ardagh Chalice is from the 8th century AD and is also one of Ireland’s most prized artifacts. The Chalice is in the National Museum of Ireland. It’s one of the most important pieces of Celtic art.
Celtic Warriors like Chulaunn, Fionn Mac Cumhail and Queen Maeve are inspirational heroes from our past. They influence our songs and stories even today. These Celtic Warriors also carry shields that are richly decorated with Celtic symbols. They represent courage and fearlessness, just like this collection.
Sterling silver with Rhodium plating.
Weight: 8 grams approx.
Width: 25 mm (at widest point)
Height: 40 mm approx. (includes Bale)
Thickness: 1.7 mm approx.
Chain: 22-24″ Spiga
Hallmarked at Dublin Castle and hand made in Ireland. Copyrighted design.
The well known Celtic Warrior collection is all hand made in Ireland. As the story goes ---Warriors like Chu Chulaunn, Fionn Mac Cumhail and Queen Maeve are inspirational heroes from our past who influence our songs and stories even today. Carrying shields richly decorated with Celtic symbol and design they represent courage and fearlessness.
The Celtic Warrior Collection has been inspired by one of Ireland’s foremost treasures, the Ardagh Chalice. In 1868 it was found in Ardagh, County Limerick by two men digging potatoes.This 8th century piece is Ireland’s most prized artefact and is held in the National Museum of Ireland.
It is widely recognised as one of, if not THE, most important pieces of Celtic art found. A girdle of ten filigree panels of animal design, interlacing and shield decoration surrounds the neck of the chalice. The chalice is made of silver and decorated with 354 pieces of gold, brass, lead pewter, copper, gilt bronze and enamel beading.
Skilled goldsmiths make the Celtic Warrior Collection in there Dublin workshop to the highest standards and then send them to Dublin Castle where they are hallmarked. Celtic Warrior is a registered trademark.
Two design choices in sterling and 18K rolled gold.
Weight: 22.4gms approx.
Width: 9.0 to 9.3 mm approx.
Standard 7 1/2″ fit