Ireland Fine Keychains
designed with the most recognized and
treasured symbols of the
Celtic world. Traditional Celtic phrases, with
translations are on the reverse side of the keychains, key
TRINITY KNOT Irish
Celtic Pewter Keychain, key chain. Traditional Trinity Knot design on
leather fob. Makes a fine combination gift with our wallets.
Map of Ireland Irish
Celtic Pewter Keychain, key chain. Traditional
is no strength without unity; (Gaelic)
Ni neart go cur
Le cheille. Keychain
Celtic Cross Irish
Pewter Keychain, key
Traditional Phrase: (English)
Ancient Land of Craftsmen & Artists Saints & Scholars; (Gaelic)
Gceardaithe Na N-Ealaiontoir Na Naomh Agus Na N-Olluna. Keychain
Shamrock Keychain. Celtic
design pewter Keychain, key chain. St. Patrick used the
Shamrock to teach the Irish about the Trinity.
Flag IRL Keychain. Celtic
design pewter Keychain, key chain.
Phrase: (English) Ireland Forever; (Gaelic)
Eireann go Brach.
Keychain length 4"
Pewter Keychain, key chain. Traditional Phrase: (English)Health
and Life to You; (Gaelic)
Is Saul Agat. Keychain Lenght 4"
Celtic Pewter Keychain, key chain. Our Claddagh
keychain is a famous
symbol with Traditional Meaning Phrase: (English) Friendship,
Loyalty and Love; (Gaelic) Cairdeas Dilseacht
Thistle Scottish Keychain. Celtic
Ireland Scottish design
key chain. Traditional phrase: (English)
Thistle O’Scotland (Gaelic)
Eternity Knot Keychain Celtic
Ireland Irish rish
design leather and pewter Keychain, key chain. Our
Eternity Knot keychain is a lovely design that is a symbol for
everlasting and great love.
Girl Keychain. Celtic
Ireland Irish design pewter keychain, key chain. Traditional
Phrase om reverse: Irish Dancers Kick Butt. Keychain length
created our Celtic products by studying the
Ireland, its traditional music and Irish Dancing. Ireland is
verified dating ranging back 5,000 years to the Cede Fields
earlier. We have chosen many of the famous symbols of Ireland
to proudly decorate our products. The following descriptions
we find to
be simplified explanations for the symbols.
may never know the exact influences that created the first true Celtic
it is surely have reflections of the Greek and Mediterranean
regions of Europe.
and its abstract
designs are abstract derivatives of plant, vegetal, and
animals of the
developed its fine
artwork, so did the Irish, creating
works in stone and metal. Recognizable designs include Irish
and tendrils. Jewelry is both classical and native, with
including the Claddagh Ring, and Bronze Age Torcs.