Diamond Education

Making the decision to buy a diamond can be an exciting but daunting task. What should you look for? What determines the price? Have you heard people refer to the 4Cs of diamonds, but have no idea what that means?

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Mary Comerford
Irish Assay Mark Guaranteeing Authenticity

The Dublin Assay Office located in Dublin Castle was formed in 1637 to ensure that all jewelry of precious metals sold in Ireland be assayed and stamped with an official hallmark.  With the distinctive Irish hallmark and assay, you can be assured that you are getting the very best quality of jewelry.

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Mary Comerford
History of the Celts

The Celts, as an individual society and people, do not exist today; however, most of those with European descent have some Celtic ancestry. The “truest” Celtic bloodlines existing today belong to those from the Scottish Highlands.. more information.

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Mary Comerford
Emeralds

Emeralds:  Definitely my favorite of the big three – also my very first serious jewelry purchase when I was a very young twenty something

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Mary Comerford
Celtic Tree of Life

Recently I have come across many references to the "Tree of Life", in particular the "Celtic" Tree of Life.  For a god while now, we have been offering Celtic Tree of Life pendants, earrings and rings from Keith Jack a very talented designer from Scotland now residing in Canada.

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Mary Comerford
Spotlight on FADO

Fado’s wedding rings are both heritage inspired and stunning. Fado’s Jewelry and wedding rings are available in sterling silver, 10K and 14K yellow or white gold. Platinum and rose Gold

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Mary Comerford
Spotlight on SHANORE

Shanore Jewelry is an award-winning jeweler that has been a family run business for over 35 years.  Located in Dublin Ireland Shanore offers a wide range of beautiful wedding rings in 14K gold.

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Mary Comerford
The Claddagh

The name 'Claddagh' was the name of a small fishing village in County Galway, West Ireland where a man named Richard Joyce was kidnapped by pirates and sold into slavery in North Africa.

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Mary Comerford