This Irish Countryside inspired Celtic knot necklace is the creation of Peat Fire Jewelry by Éireann.
Erin creates magnificent pieces of jewelry in her studio in America, inspired by the Celtic artwork and designs she has loved and admired during her many trips to the Emerald Isle.
Today, I’m delighted to let you know Erin has graciously sponsored a giveaway for readers of Irish American Mom. One lucky reader will win a beautiful Irish Countryside Simple Celtic Knot Necklace.
You’ll find details on how to enter our giveaway at the end of this post, but first let's explore some of Erin's most recent jewelry designs.
Table of Contents
- Fields of Heather Amethyst and Connemara Marble Earrings
- Sterling Silver Hand Hammered Eternal Celtic Knot Necklace with Celtic Bail
- Sister Knot Eternal Heart Solid Sterling Silver Necklace
- Ogham 'Laoch' Warrior Stone Sterling Silver Necklace
- The Prize - Irish Countryside Simple Celtic Knot Necklace
- How To Enter Our Giveaway
- Update: Winner Chosen
Fields of Heather Amethyst and Connemara Marble Earrings
One of Erin's favorite things to do is to pair genuine amethyst with Connemara marble from Ireland. The combination of purple and green is truly pretty. Here are her magnificent Fields of Heather earrings.
Faceted genuine purple amethysts sit atop beautiful deep green Irish Connemara marble in these dangle earrings which are named after the purple and green fields of heather in the Celtic lands. They dangle from sterling silver ear wires to 1.5 inches.
The green Connemara Marble, recognized as the national gemstone of Ireland, is an ancient marble considered to be one of the rarest marbles in the world. It pairs beautifully with the other marbles of Ireland and natural gemstones like the amethyst.
Sterling Silver Hand Hammered Eternal Celtic Knot Necklace with Celtic Bail
The eternal quality of the Celtic knot is captivating and has enchanted people for generations. First appearing in the third and fourth centuries A.D., they can be seen in ancient art, architecture, and book illustrations. The knots themselves have threads that interconnect with each other and have no start or finish. They are said to represent eternal qualities of relationships and signify loyalty, love, faith, and friendship.
A perfect necklace for anyone, and especially those who love the Celtic lands and want to wear a bit of Celtic history. This pendant and chain are both solid sterling silver. Very simple and pretty, and very Irish.
This is a best seller in the Peat Fire Jewelry necklace collection. The Celtic knot is cast in sterling silver and hand-hammered to bring it even more shine.
Sister Knot Eternal Heart Solid Sterling Silver Necklace
The solid sterling silver Sister Knot Eternal Heart Necklace honors some of the most important and close connections that we have in life - with our sisters, our best friends, our soul sisters, our mothers and other close relationships.
Each Sister knot is an endless loop of a single thread tracing a heart within a trinity knot and representing eternity, whether this means loyalty, faith, friendship or love.
It is one of those pieces of jewelry that can make you feel connected even if you're a distance away from each other.
It will be a meaningful symbol that you can wear every day.
Ogham 'Laoch' Warrior Stone Sterling Silver Necklace
As early as the 4th Century BC, the Irish people etched the beautiful and mysterious Ogham alphabet into stones and trees as the earliest written form of the Irish language.
Ogham grew naturally from Ireland to encompass the early English, Welsh, and Scottish peoples.
Read from the bottom up, this ancient runic language captures the romance and mystery of misty Celtic lands.
Translated as “Warrior”, The Ogham Laoch Stone by Peat Fire Jewelry is .925 solid sterling silver on a sterling silver chain. The perfect way to remind someone of their inner strength and resilience.
The Prize - Irish Countryside Simple Celtic Knot Necklace
Great for layering, and perfect everyday wear, this is an elegant Celtic knot necklace with a simple open Celtic sterling silver knot connected to solid sterling silver chain and clasp.
Made of solid sterling silver, this Celtic inspired necklace is suspended on a beautiful custom made sterling silver cable chain.
One lucky reader will win an Irish Countryside Simple Celtic Knot Necklace,
How To Enter Our Giveaway
To enter simply leave a comment on this blog post by noon Eastern Time on Saturday November 26th, 2022.
You can write any comment you wish. What you write does not affect your chance of winning. If you need inspiration why not let us know which piece of jewelry featured today you would add to your wishlist.
If you live in Canada or Ireland, then please answer the following question in your comment by typing A, or B for the correct answer ...
Ogham Stones are found on the island of Ireland.
A winning comment will be chosen randomly using the Pick Giveaway Winner WordPress plug-in.
Remember to leave your email so that I can contact you should you win. Your email won’t be published, just used to contact our winner to organize prize delivery.
The winner will be announced on Saturday November 26th, 2022 at the bottom of this blog post.
You may check out Irish American Mom’s complete terms and conditions for sweepstakes’ entries here.
A big thank you to all who support this giveaway and share it with family and friends.
And many thanks to Erin for so generously sponsoring this prize, and sharing her beautiful jewelry today.
Plus if you like Erin’s jewelry she runs a quarterly giveaway on her own website for a $100 gift card for her jewelry store. You can enter that little giveaway too by visiting her competition page.
Best of luck to all who support this little giveaway. I've also featured Peat Fire Jewelry in my Irish Christmas Gift Guide this year.
Update: Winner Chosen
Our winner has been randomly chosen using the Pick Giveaway Winner Plug-in for WordPress.
And the lucky reader is ….
I’ll send an email to arrange mailing of her prize. A big thank you to everyone for supporting this giveaway by leaving comments. I thoroughly enjoyed reading each and every comment.
Thank you all for supporting our Irish American community.
Stay tuned for more stories and giveaways over the coming weeks and months.
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Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Mairéad -Irish American Mom
Pronunciation - slawn ah-gus ban-ock-th
Mairéad - rhymes with parade