Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Celtic Cross Jewelry

Celtic Cross Jewelry

Celtic cross jewelry is like the tradition cross jewelry genre except all the crosses are based on Celtic crosses. The type of Celtic cross jewelry that we will focus on will be the Celtic cross necklace. However, you can access other types of Celtic cross jewelry by clicking on Celtic cross necklace.

About 90 % to 95% of all the Celtic cross necklaces have a Celtic circle in the intersection of the Celtic cross. This Celtic circle is typically the primary symbol most Celtic cross necklaces have in common. The Celtic cross necklace has other Celtic cross meaning as well which we will address later.
As we examine some examples of the Celtic cross necklace of the Celtic cross jewelry genre we'll look at a few Celtic/Irish blessings that help set the mood.

Christ be with me,
be after me, be before me,
and be at my right and left hand.
May everything I do be for Christ.

When looking at the Celtic cross part of Celtic cross or Irish cross jewelry you see the backbone of the type of Christian symbols those genres are founded upon. The few pictures in this post are only a few Celtic crosses. Click on Celtic cross to many, many more.

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow.
May the soft winds freshen your spirit.
May the sunshine brighten your heart
May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you.
And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.

We've talked about the Celtic circle being one of the primary symbols of a Celtic cross but there are many more symbols. To understand all of the Celtic symbols and their meaning click on Celtic cross meaning.

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