The Summer Catalog Collection(107 items)
Sterling Silver Jewelry
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Featured Reviews on Sterling Silver Jewelry
I love this necklace. I have not taken it off since I received it in the mail! Beautiful stone and very cool design.
My go-to earrings.
These are the earrings I wear almost every day. They look nice with most everything and work for all but the dressiest of occasions.
Baby blue beauty!
Bought these to go with a special necklace, they are PERFECT!! Suze an weight were right on. Love them!!
Popular Sterling Silver Jewelry
Celtic Chalice Earrings, "Celtic Chalice"$169
The eighth-century Ardagh Chalice in the National Museum of Ireland is one of the most remarkable pieces of Celtic art. It was found in the 1800s by men who were plowing for potatoes. A repoussé design on the chalice, representing a protective shield, is the inspiration for these sterling silver and 18-karat gold dangle earrings. Handcrafted in Ireland using the lost-wax casting process.
Sterling Silver and Swarovski Crystal Pendant, "Swarovski Pendant"$39.95
Jewelers in Dublin, Ireland, handcraft this Swarovski crystal birthstone charm pendant to accompany the sterling silver Tree of Life necklace. Choose as many add-on charms as you like--one for everyone in your family, your best girlfriends, or simply your favorite colors.
Trinity Knot Pearl Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals, "Eternal Trinity"$129
A holy symbol for both the ancient Celts and early Irish Christians, the trinity knot has long represented the intertwining of past, present, and future. In modern-day Ireland, it is also a symbol of romance, given between sweethearts as an expression of eternal love. This elegant bracelet is crafted in Dublin from sterling silver and Swarovski® simulated pearls, as well as a trinity knot charm embellished with white Swarovski® crystals.
Celtic Cross Emerald Necklace, "Celtic Faith"
As early as the eighth century, elaborate Celtic crosses were erected as monuments throughout Ireland and Scotland. Since the Celtic Revival of the 19th century, the ornate designs have become a widely recognized symbol of Irish heritage. Our sterling silver necklace includes a small natural emerald at the center, framed in 14-karat gold.