Celtic Cross Jewelry
Celtic cross jewelry is like traditional cross jewelry with one exception, it is made from Celtic jewelry. That's right, there is a whole section or sub-genre of Celtic jewelry that overlaps into Christian jewelry and that is the category of Celtic cross jewelry. Because of the uniqueness of Celtic cross jewelry I thought it could use a look at, all on its own.
Along with looking at sterling silver Celtic cross jewelry, we will look at some inspirational verses from the Bible. Besides looking at Celtic cross jewelry which is an inspirational style of jewelry I thought it would round out the article nicely to have some inspirational quotes from the Bible.
"If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to your mountain, "move!" and it will move... and nothing will be impossible for you!" (Mathew 17:20)
The sterling silver Celtic cross necklace is the featured type of Celtic cross jewelry on showcase here. The Celtic cross necklace often has Irish symbols mixed in with the Celtic symbols and sometimes the cross necklace actually looks like an Irish cross necklace. But in truth, even the Irish cross necklaces have Celtic knots and Celtic symbolism mixed in with their design. This means that even the Irish cross necklace is a Celtic cross necklace.
"The Lord will guide you always, he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land. You will be like a spring whose waters never fail." (Isaiah 58:11)
Like these Bible verses, sterling silver Celtic cross necklaces are inspirational as well. They add a lot to the traditional cross necklace which is already highly symbolic. The key to theses Celtic cross necklaces is to understand the meaning of the Celtic cross necklace.
"Wait on the Lord, be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart. Wait, I say on the Lord." (Psalms 27:14)
To really understand Celtic cross meaning click on Celtic cross meaning for more detailed description of the Celtic cross necklace meaning. Looking at this small sample of Celtic cross necklaces you can see how decorative they are and upon learning of their meaning you'll see just how symbolic they are to the Christian faith.