The Irish Jewelry Company Launches Celtic Bridal Jewelry Collection

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The launch of this Celtic bridal collection is for sale exclusively at online at The Irish Jewelry Company. This bridal jewelry collection is steeped in symbolism and traditions.

“I mean the phrase tying the knot is associated with the Celtic hand fasting ceremony in which the bride and groom’s wrists are literally tied with twine. The Celtic knot is merely symbolic of a lasting unity.”

The Irish Jewelry Company, an online Irish jewelry retailer of exclusive designer Celtic and Irish jewelry, announced that it has launched a bridal jewelry collection including Celtic wedding bands and Celtic engagement and anniversary rings. The bridal collection is designed exclusively for the company by the owner and jewelry designer Jennifer Derrig.

The Celtic bridal jewelry line consists of two main collections; Angus is the bridal band collection and Aine is the bridal jewelry collection including engagement rings, anniversary bands and promise rings. The Aine collection also includes coordinating earrings, bracelets, and pendants to its bridal rings.

The Angus Collection is based on the Irish God Angus also known as "Angus the Young". He was considered the Irish God of love. Angus had a harp and played irresistible music, and it was said his kisses turned into birds that carried messages of love.

The Aine Collection (pronounced "on-yah" or "awn-yah". ) is based on the Celtic Goddess of love also known as The Queen of Fairies. She is worshiped for her power to bestow fertility, abundance and prosperity.

The Irish Jewelry Company’s bridal collection is inspired by Celtic symbolism and Irish tradition. This exclusive collection reflects jewelry designer Jennifer Derrig’s attention to detail, beautiful design and highest quality craftsmanship.

“I love designing beautiful high quality, high value Irish jewelry especially Celtic bridal jewelry. There is so much symbolism and tradition in the Irish culture that translates perfectly into jewelry but it’s like a match made in heaven when it comes to the Celtic bridal collection,” said Jennifer Derrig. “The phrase tying the knot is associated with the Celtic hand fasting ceremony in which the bride and groom’s wrists are literally tied with twine. The Celtic knot is merely symbolic of a lasting unity.”

The Irish Jewelry Company’s exclusive Celtic bridal jewelry collection is available only online at The Irish Jewelry Company. (http://www.TheIrishJewelryCompany.com)

About The Irish Jewelry Company:
The Irish Jewelry Company is owned by a husband and wife who are jewelry industry veterans. As a classically trained jewelry designers from the renounced Fashion Institute of Technology they have an uncanny knack for reading the trends and bringing you original Irish Jewelry pieces that keep you in style. The Irish Jewelry Company’s designs are so welled designed they have crossover appeal to all nationalities, Irish and non-Irish alike.

Also featured on the new site is The Irish Jewelry Company blog http://theirishjewelrycompany.wordpress.com. The Irish Jewelry Company blog will educate and entertain you with Irish culture and customs such as Irish folklore, traditional Irish sayings and Irish blessings. It is your go to online reference for all thing Irish and Celtic.

The Irish Jewelry Company is a leader in social media. Its Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/IrishJewelryCompany has over 160,000 fans and its Pinterest page http://www.pinterest.com/irishjewelryco/ has over 3,700 followers.

TheIrishJewelryCompany.com’s trademark is specializing in copyrighted original Celtic Jewelry and Irish Jewelry designs.

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