Your cart





Celtic earrings handcrafted on the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland by Paul Connolly.                                           Intricate Celtic design copied from the Cross-slab, Aberlemno, Angus, Scotland.

Three Pictish stones have survived at the village of Aberlemno : a tilting pillar covered in enigmatic symbols and two cross-slabs. These details come from the older of the two slabs, which probably dates from the 8th century. On one side, it bears a Celtic cross, carved in high-relief and set against a background of interlacing, snake-like monsters. On the reverse, a pitched battle between helmeted and bare-headed warriors is shown. This may represent the battle of Nechtansmere, where the Picts had won their famous victory over the Angles. This battlefield was just a few miles away from Aberlemno, and surviving Anglican helmets, with their long nose-guards, are similar to those portrayed on the stone.

Polished to a supreme finish, these handmade Celtic earrings from Ireland are a quality Irish gift for ladies.

Non-allergenic surgical steel earwires.

Free postage.

Pre 2018 Paul Connolly was previously trading as Aqua Fortress.

Rebranding was launched at Showcase, Ireland’s Creative Expo, held in Dublin, in January.

Paul is a member of the Crafts Council of Ireland and participated with the Cork Local Enterprise Board.

Two decades of experience has proven him to be a master craftsman, producing quality affordable genuine Irish products.

Reviews (0)


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Celtic Earrings Angus Thread”