Connemara Marble Celtic Cross Pendant (Sterling Silver)

34.00

26mm Celtic Cross with 6mm Round Connemara Marble Cabachon with 18inch sterling Silver Chain. Beautiful Celtic High Cross of Ireland. Hallmarked and comes complete with Gift box. Galanta Jewellery is located in the shadow of Bunratty Castle, we are a family- run business with a long craft tradition and believe in creating truly unique handcrafted jewelry that combines quality with excellent value.

Our wide range captures the beauty and history of Ireland and its landscape. Connemara is a region in county Galway. The word Connemara comes from the Gaelic meaning “Inlets for the Sea”.

Ancient Celtic symbols hewn on custom-made antique silver beads compliment the national gem, Connemara marble as well as other gemstones, including amethyst and rose quartz.
Connemara Marble is a rare form of marble found in the region. It is typically greenish in colour. It is one of the rarest forms of marble in the world. Deposits date back some 600 million years! The marble forms when limestone is heated under pressure. The rich serpentine green is ideal for creating stunning Jewellery.

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26mm Celtic Cross with 6mm Round Connemara Marble Cabachon with 18inch sterling Silver Chain. Beautiful Celtic High Cross of Ireland. Finished in Hallmarked sterling silver and comes complete with Gift box. Galanta Jewellery is located in the shadow of Bunratty Castle, we are a family- run business with a long craft tradition and believe in creating truly unique handcrafted jewelry that combines quality with excellent value.

Our wide range captures the beauty and history of Ireland and its landscape. Connemara is a region in county Galway. The word Connemara comes from the Gaelic meaning “Inlets for the Sea”.

Ancient Celtic symbols hewn on custom-made antique silver beads compliment the national gem, Connemara marble as well as other gemstones, including amethyst and rose quartz.
Connemara Marble is a rare form of marble found in the region. It is typically greenish in colour. It is one of the rarest forms of marble in the world. Deposits date back some 600 million years! The marble forms when limestone is heated under pressure. The rich serpentine green is ideal for creating stunning Jewellery.

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