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14kt Gold



1330314K - Cliona's Wave Bracelet

Cliona was the Irish Goddess of love and beauty. According to some legends she had three brightly colored birds who ate the apples of a magical tree. In another, she left her magical home to be with a mortal lover, but drowned as she slept in the Glandore Harbour and since that day the tide there has been called Cliona's Wave. I chose this frothing, curling design as hers because the tendrils feel both like the shoots and leaves from her magical tree, and also the seafoam on the surf.


1330514K - Brendan's Sea Voyage Bracelet

A long and winding journey of Celtic spirals, forming looping paths like waves across the bracelet. I've named this bracelet for Brendan's Voyage across the sea because like the spirals here, his path was a quest through the waves to an unknown end.




1330514K - Manannan's Bracelet

A strong design of interlocking, neverending spirals, rolling their way across the bracelet. As the God of the sea, Manannan rode his chariot across the waves yet his home was deep below the surface. A trickster, a protector, and a gatekeeper to the otherworld, Manannan was the last God of the Celts left to roam while the others went to sleep to await their time in a new era.


1330414K - Boann's Triskels Celtic Bracelet

The Goddess of poetic inspiration and insight, her power is within every river as the wellspring of rebirth and imagination.




3300214K - Dragon Heart Small Pendant

1 x 1 inch. The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.


4300214K - Dragon Heart Large Pendant

1.3 x 1.3 inch. The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.




3300614K - Peacock Celtic Small Pendant

2.6 x 0.5 inch. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!


4300614K - Peacock Celtic Large Pendant

2 x 0.9 inch. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!




3300114K - Rosy Heart Small Pendant

1 x 1 inch. A matching pendant design to the Rosy Heart Earrings. A sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right.


4300114K - Rosy Heart Large Pendant

1.3 x 1.3 inch. A matching pendant design to the Rosy Heart Earrings. A sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right.


Copper



13303CP - Cliona's Wave Bracelet

Cliona was the Irish Goddess of love and beauty. According to some legends she had three brightly colored birds who ate the apples of a magical tree. In another, she left her magical home to be with a mortal lover, but drowned as she slept in the Glandore Harbour and since that day the tide there has been called Cliona's Wave. I chose this frothing, curling design as hers because the tendrils feel both like the shoots and leaves from her magical tree, and also the seafoam on the surf.


13305CP - Brendan's Sea Voyage Bracelet

A long and winding journey of Celtic spirals, forming looping paths like waves across the bracelet. I've named this bracelet for Brendan's Voyage across the sea because like the spirals here, his path was a quest through the waves to an unknown end.




13305CP - Manannan's Bracelet

A strong design of interlocking, neverending spirals, rolling their way across the bracelet. As the God of the sea, Manannan rode his chariot across the waves yet his home was deep below the surface. A trickster, a protector, and a gatekeeper to the otherworld, Manannan was the last God of the Celts left to roam while the others went to sleep to await their time in a new era.


13304CP - Boann's Triskels Celtic Bracelet

The Goddess of poetic inspiration and insight, her power is within every river as the wellspring of rebirth and imagination.




33002CP - Dragon Heart Small Pendant

1 x 1 inch. The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.


43002CP - Dragon Heart Large Pendant

1.3 x 1.3 inch. The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.




33006CP - Peacock Celtic Small Pendant

2.6 x 0.5 inch. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!


43006CP - Peacock Celtic Large Pendant

2 x 0.9 inch. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!




23006CP - Peacock Celtic Earrings

A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!


23002CP - Dragon Heart Celtic Earrings

The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.




23301CP - Rosy Heart Earrings

Sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design on these earrings. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right. Especially pretty in gold for a classy yet romantic look.


33001 - Rosy Heart Small Pendant

1 x 1 inch. A matching pendant design to the Rosy Heart Earrings. A sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right.




43001CP - Rosy Heart Large Pendant

1.3 x 1.3 inch. A matching pendant design to the Rosy Heart Earrings. A sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right.


Sterling Silver



NEW!!

13306 - Peacock Celtic Bracelet

6.5 x 0.6 inch Sterling Silver Peacock Celtic Bracelet. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest.


13302 - Brendan's-Sea-Voyage Bracelet

A long and winding journey of Celtic spirals, forming looping paths like waves across the bracelet. I've named this bracelet for Brendan's Voyage across the sea because like the spirals here, his path was a quest through the waves to an unknown end.




13303 - Cliona's Wave bracelet

Cliona was the Irish Goddess of love and beauty. According to some legends she had three brightly colored birds who ate the apples of a magical tree. In another, she left her magical home to be with a mortal lover, but drowned as she slept in the Glandore Harbour and since that day the tide there has been called Cliona's Wave. I chose this frothing, curling design as hers because the tendrils feel both like the shoots and leaves from her magical tree, and also the seafoam on the surf.


13304 - Boann's Triskels Celtic Bracelet

The Goddess of poetic inspiration and insight, her power is within every river as the wellspring of rebirth and imagination.




13305 - Manannan's Bracelet

A strong design of interlocking, neverending spirals, rolling their way across the bracelet. As the God of the sea, Manannan rode his chariot across the waves yet his home was deep below the surface. A trickster, a protector, and a gatekeeper to the otherworld, Manannan was the last God of the Celts left to roam while the others went to sleep to await their time in a new era.


13001 - Trinity Celtic Bracelet

A continuous series of Celtic trefoil knots. Today these designs are also called Trinity Knots, and are used to represent the Holy Trinity or the triple Gods and Goddesses of the Celts. While it's not known what their true ancient meaning might have been, these designs are a popular design in Celtic art throughout the ages.




23002 - Dragon Heart Celtic Earrings

The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.


33002 - Dragon Heart Small Pendant

1 x 1 inch. The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.




43002 - Dragon Heart Large Pendant

1.3 x 1.3 inch. The heart of a dragon! A woven knot made up of four Trinity knot designs used to represent the dragons different domains: the four points of the earth (north south east and west), the four elements (earth, water, fire and air), and the four parts of ourselves (heart, mind body and spirit). The two dragons, like yin and yang, circle this heart and create a cross like form.


33006 - Peacock Celtic Small Pendant

2.6 x 0.5 inch. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!




43006 - Peacock Celtic Large Pendant

2 x 0.9 inch. A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!


23006 - Peacock Celtic Earrings

A lovely Celtic peacock, created in a traditional styled form and then embellished with a curling sweeping tail and a lovely knotted crest!




23301 - Rosy Heart Earrings

Sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design on these earrings. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right. Especially pretty in gold for a classy yet romantic look.


43001 - Rosy Heart Large Pendant

1.3 x 1.3 inch. A matching pendant design to the Rosy Heart Earrings. A sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right.




33001 - Rosy Heart Small Pendant

1 x 1 inch. A matching pendant design to the Rosy Heart Earrings. A sweet woven hearts and a knotted bud center make a Celtic rose design. The hearts are interlocked, yet in a way still separate, symbolizing how two hearts or souls can join together yet are still unique individuals in their own right.


Design work for Metal Arts Group, creators of fine Native American and Celtic jewelry.


Metal Arts Group Jewelry Line

Adobe Illustrator


Copyright Cari Buziak, 1995-current