Ethical Sustainable Jewelry. The creation of our jewelry is an expression of our deepest values and love of the Celtic culture, which was rooted in respect and love for the earth. The knots themselves, in the most general sense, symbolize interconnectedness. - See more at: http://www.celticjewelry.com/content/our-ethics/#sthash.gXia3MET.dpuf. http://www.celticjewelry.com/content/our-ethics/ and https://www.facebook.com/ethicalcelticjewelry
THE FOUR ANCIENT BOOKS OF WALES - This is William Skene's anthology of dark-age Welsh Bardic poetry sourced from his collection. Often cited, this book contains every remaining piece of Bardic poetry known and have been translated from four manuscripts: THE BLACK BOOK OF CAERMARTHEN, THE RED BOOK OF HERGEST, THE BOOK OF TALIESSIN and THE BOOK OF ANEURIN. CLICK THE LINK TO ORDER and support this worthy cause - and to read a full description and a table of contents. US$15.99
Wearing a Fáinne symbolizes your link to the Irish language. It is worn to show that you are able to and are willing to speak Irish. Whether you are a fluent speaker or a beginner, you can wear a fáinne- just pick the one that best suits your language ability. - See more at: http://www.gaelport.com/anfainne#sthash.LiDWoHPP.dpuf
Grace O’Malley, (Gráinne Ní Mháille), Ireland’s Pirate Queen was a woman of fire and adventure. She was a pirate, mercenary, chieftain and noblewoman in her lifetime. Born in 1530 at Clare Island Castle in Clew Bay, County Mayo, Ireland, she is commonly known by her nicknames “Granuaile” and “The Sea Queen of Connaught” in Irish folklore and history.