Show off your Irish pride with a unique and stunning set of Celtic earrings from ShamrockGift.com. Our earrings feature everything from Claddaghs and trinity knots to shamrocks and crosses, all on sterling silver, white gold, yellow gold, 14K gold, and other high-quality materials. We even have options with semi-precious stones, too!
Choose from emeralds, diamonds, pearls and more—whatever catches your eyes first. Each of our earring sets is completely made in Ireland by hand, using only the finest and highest quality materials. Best of all, we have a wide variety of styles, too. So no matter who you are buying for, there is something from everyone in this collection. Opt for a simple pair of stud earrings, choose something sparkly, or grab a dangly pair instead. The choice is yours!
From brand name companies like ShanOre Jewelry, family-owned and operated in Dublin for 40 years, our selection of Celtic earrings has all your favorite Irish styles, inspired by centuries of Irish artwork and symbolism.
Lucky Shamrock Earrings
For those looking for something that will say “Ireland” wherever you go, you can’t go wrong with shamrock earrings. The shamrock is arguably the most recognizable symbol of Ireland, notable for its association with St. Patrick and good luck. Though there’s no direct evidence that St. Patrick used the shamrock to illustrate the idea of the Christian trinity to pagan Ireland, it nonetheless is a story retold so many times as to be embedded in the country’s historic fabric. Today, the shamrock is as much a religious symbol as a secular one, reflecting both the trinity—three leaves connected to a single stem—and a powerful sense of Irish national heritage. Shamrock Gifts provides a large number of Shamrock Style earrings made of different metals and elements:
Sterling Silver Kids Shamrock Earrings- stunning pair of earrings crafted from Sterling Silver.
14K Shamrock Stud Small Earrings- for a shiny look these 14K Gold earrings are a dazzling choice.
Rhodium Crystal Shamrock Drop Earrings- complement your St. Patrick’s day outfit with these charming and festive green earrings made of Rhodium.
Green Enamel & Crystal Shamrock Stud Earrings- these enamel made shamrock earrings really shine with their combination of lovely shamrock design and rich color.
Irish Trinity Knot Earrings
Related to the shamrock earrings are also the trinity knot earrings, which we offer in studs, drops, and other classic earring styles. The trinity knot consists of a never-ending loop, bent into three points to represent the holy trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, but it has origins that far predate the introduction of Christianity to Ireland. The woven, infinity knot pattern was inherited from a European culture called La Tène, whose artwork migrated across the British Channel and to Ireland several centuries before Christ.
Celtic Knot Earrings
To the ancient Celts, the Celtic knot pattern broadly symbolized the interconnectedness of all things in the universe and the never-ending cycle of life. The trinity, too, often seen in pre-Christian art from throughout Europe, is thought to symbolize the three elements of nature, water, air, and earth. Thus, it’s no surprise that the Christian trinity took such a stronghold over Irish culture, as it was easily transfigured onto pre-existing ideas of the supernatural and divine. When you wear a trinity knot earring or even a more abstract Celtic knot design, you are tapping into this long, uniquely Irish form of artistic representation. It’s a beautiful way to highlight your Irish pride, and remain connected to your Irish roots.
Irish Claddagh Earrings
A more modern contribution to Irish symbology is the Claddagh design, two hands holding a heart topped with a crown. This design dates to the 17th century and derives its name from the small seaside town where it first appeared. Allegedly, a merchant seaman from Claddagh, in County Galway, was enslaved by Algerian traders and spent over a decade in the service of a Moorish goldsmith before being released by British royal decree. When he returned to Claddagh, he fashioned the first-ever Claddagh ring for his lost love to show he hadn’t forgotten about her. The hands symbolize friendship, the heart love, and the crown loyalty. Today, the design is popular as an engagement ring as much as a friendship ring but can be found on necklaces, wedding chalices, and earrings, like the ones we offer here.
Browse our selection of the finest Celtic earrings from genuine Irish jewelers, and grab your pair of Irish Earrings now.