Top 5 Tips when Buying Celtic Jewellery

Celtic Jewellery Pendant
Keith Jack Tree of Life Pendant

Here’s the deal about Celtic Jewellery:

Giving the gift of a jewel or precious item is often times one of the best ways to show your love and affection for a loved one or special person in your life. Celtic Jewellery is considered unique and some of the most eye catching Jewellery on the planet. The tradition and symbolism of the pieces combined with rich Irish and Scottish history can certainly give life to the receiver’s spirit.

You’re probably wondering, why buy Celtic?

Celtic Jewellery is quite sentimental in nature and finding that perfect piece is often times quite a struggle. Irish and Scottish Jewellery carries with it heavy emotional value as well as rich tradition and deep history. It is extremely important when selecting the gift you’re giving to convey the emotion you’re feeling. Therefore making Celtic Jewellery some of the most emotional pieces to give.

And in today’s post, you’re going to find out just what evokes emotion when it comes to Celtic Jewellery. What gives it that little bit extra when compared to most vanilla types of jewellery.

1. Find the emotion you wish to convey

Getting the feeling right is the first step in selecting your piece. Whether it be a warm sentiment of thankfulness or conveying comfort in time of sorrow, getting the emotion right is the greatest place you can start. Often times you can buy Celtic Jewellery online for a decent price, but the best way to select that perfect and timeless piece is by holding and seeing it in the here and now.

2. What is the age of the receiver

If giving the jewellery to an elderly person, you’re going to want to make sure it holds sentimental value and represents something they have experienced with you in the past. With a member of the young adult community, you’ll want to know what is trendy and fashionable at the current time. For a child, you’ll want something that is not sharp, and fairly large with no small pieces that could break off and pose a hazard.

3. Type of the Celtic Jewellery

You have to decide what kind of jewellery they normally wear in the first place – do they like earrings, bracelets, pendants? Are they flashy and dangling or short and stubby? Do some research about their current wardrobe and how they present themselves. Make certain their style is represented in the piece before you purchase it.

4. Perceived value of the item

Make sure that the perceived value of the jewellery is representative of the situation. You do not want to give your new girlfriend something that looks like it is worth thousands of dollars. It simply isn’t representative of the current situation you’re in. The same works in the opposite end, you do not want to get something that looks cheap for your you and your wife’s 25th wedding anniversary. Make sure you are spending appropriately for the event.

Keith Jack Celtic Jewellery Cross Necklace
Keith Jack Celtic Cross Necklace

5. Religious Occasion

With the tradition and heritage of Celtic Jewellery comes often religious and festive value. For the occasion of confirmation as an example, you’d want to purchase something ethnic and traditional such as a medallion, rosary or Celtic Cross. Always take into consideration the receiver’s personality when selecting your jewellery piece.

Want to know the best part about Celtic Jewellery?

There’s a premier dealer near you with the perfect piece waiting for you to come take a look at it. Jonathan’s Jewellers is your Grande Prairie source for everything from Ancient Celtic Jewellery to Sterling Silver Celtic Jewellery. Next time you’re in the Prairie Mall, be sure to stop by and take a look at our selection.


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