Connemara Marble Jewelry
Connemara marble is a form of Irish marble stone unique to Ireland. It is distinctly part of Irish heritage as it is native to the coast of Connemara, County Galway, also reflecting the many shades of green in the Irish landscape. This rare and beautiful marble can be shaped and polished into any shape or finish to make Connemara marble rosary beads, Connemara marble rings and other marble jewelry.
Each piece captures the Emerald Isle in carefully crafted Connemara marble rosary beads, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and Claddagh rings. When you wear a piece of Celtic jewelry made from Ireland's gemstone, you are wearing a true piece of the west of Ireland! Shop our Connemara marble range across our Celtic symbols such as the Claddagh, shamrock, Celtic trinity and tree of life.
Frequently Asked Questions About Connemara Marble
What is Connemara Marble?
Connemara marble is a type of greenstone that is found in Connemara, Ireland. It is a metamorphic rock that is composed of various types of minerals including serpentine, chlorite, and talc. The stone gets its name from the region in which it is found and has been used in Irish jewelry and other craft projects for centuries. The meaning and history of Connemara marble make it a unique and special material.
What spiritual meaning does Connemara Marble have?
Connemara marble is said to promote peace and tranquility throughout various aspects of ones life. It is also believed to help us connect with nature on a deeper level. This Irish marble is also said to foster love and understanding. And of course, a little bit of Irish luck!
Is Connemara marble jewelry popular?
Connemara marble jewelry is used for designs on many pieces of Irish jewelry including Claddagh rings and brooches. The green color adds to the Irish Celtic design because Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle. Every piece of this marble is unique and gives a different shade of green, making every Irish gift unique.
How do you care for your Connemara marble jewelry?
You can clean your jewelry regularly using a professional jewelry cleaning product. If you are wearing a ring and you are washing your hands, don't place the ring on your hand basin. Chlorine may cause damage when swimming so it's advisable to take your jewelry off while swimming.
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