Finding stocking stuffers for the women on your shopping list can be a challenge.
If you enjoy adding a personal touch to the Christmas stockings you put together for your friends and family, you may be interested in some great Irish jewelry ideas.
These pieces will make her eyes light up on Christmas morning, and they don’t have to cost a lot of money! We have some excellent choices that won’t break the bank.
From pretty silver designs that combine affordable prices with all the intricacy and exquisite craftsmanship you could ask for…to whimsical charms that will fit on an existing Pandora’s bracelet…we’ve put together a list that will really make an impact.
Here are some fun picks for Christmas 2009:
1.) Silver Trinity Knot Pendant –
This pendant captures all the magic and beauty of Ireland – and its center stone shines like the velvety green hills of the Emerald Isle.
Crafted of fine silver, this affordable silver Celtic pendant comes with a delicate, matching chain. Versatile and pretty, this piece is casual enough to be worn with jeans and a T-shirt.
Perfect for any woman on your list, this stocking stuffer will be sure to please her this holiday season.
2.) Silver Celtic Knot Family Birthstone Pendant –
This gorgeous birthstone Celtic pendant is the perfect stocking stuffer for your mother, grandmother, or wife.
A wonderful mixture of gemstones and silver Trinity Love Knots, it offers color and artistry for a terrific price.
You can choose the birthstones that match each child’s or grandchild’s birth date, and provide a mother or grandmother with a beautiful conversation piece she will be proud to wear.
The beauty of this affordable pendant is its custom quality. You can show her how much you care without overspending.
3.) Silver Claddagh Birthstone Ring –
This unforgettable design captures all the romantic spirit of the traditional Irish Claddagh Ring, and adds a personal touch with a birthstone gem.
This classic token of affection can be customized for anyone on your Christmas list – and its silver setting and band are budget-friendly.
Share a touch of Ireland with this enduring symbol of love, loyalty, and friendship. Simply choose her birth month for a personal gift she’ll adore.
4.) Tara’s Diary Charm Celtic Bracelet –
This bracelet is crafted of silver, and it is one of our most popular gifts ideas for this year!
You can enjoy giving her this starter Celtic bracelet, and perhaps one other charm that goes along with it (see below for one option).
If you really want to spoil the woman you love, fill her stocking with the bracelet and a selection of charms that will have personal meaning for her – there are so many to choose from, and all of them are beautiful.
After all, there is no reason why opening her stocking can’t be the most exciting part of her Christmas morning!
Here is a quick look at a “finished” charm bracelet! As you can see, the colored enamels, gemstones, and Celtic symbols make this an amazing keepsake she’ll treasure forever.
The Tara’s Diary charm bracelet collection will be the start of a fun hobby for her – she’ll enjoy collecting Celtic charms to mark all the milestones in her life.
The starter bracelet has one stopper charm included, and it is available in three sizes.
Measure a current bracelet of hers before ordering, and you can be assured of a perfect fit.
5.) Tara’s Diary Shamrock Charm – Green Enamel –
This charm, expertly crafted from silver and fine enamel, will be the perfect way to honor her Irish heritage this holiday season.
Available in blue or green enamel, the Shamrock Charm looks perfect with the bracelet shown above. It will also fit onto an existing Pandora’s charm bracelet.
We hope you’ve gotten some great stocking stuffer ideas from our list. Every piece you see here is handcrafted in Ireland itself, and assayed (stamped) at Dublin Castle.
Quality, authenticity, and pride go into to every Irish Celtic Jewels design. Visit our online Celtic jewelry store for more gift ideas.
2 thoughts on “Irish Jewelry Stocking Stuffers For Her”
What beautiful jewelry!
Glad you like it Theresa!
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