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Silver and Gold Tara Brooch

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This Silver and Gold Tara Brooch is an ideal piece to add to any Celtic jewelry collection and is sure to be cherished for years to come.

The Tara Brooch, also known as the Irish High Cross Brooch, is a stunning piece of Celtic jewelry that was discovered in Ireland in March 1839. The brooch was found by a farmer named William Corlett on the surface of a ploughed field in the townland of Corleck in County Meath, near the Hill of Tara. The brooch was made between 200-400 AD and is made in the shape of an early Irish High cross.

This Tara brooch is made of solid silver with gold accents and is intricately crafted with Celtic knotwork designs. The brooch is a perfect gift for someone looking to add a bit of Irish history to their collection.

  • Dimensions: 49 x 33mm
  • Hallmarked at the Irish Assay Office in Dublin Castle
  • Free Standard shipping
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Tara Brooch represent?

The Tara Brooch is inspired by the intricate designs found in Irish illuminated manuscripts, such as the Book of Kells. This brooch represents the rich heritage and cultural legacy of Ireland, showcasing the beauty and intricacy of Celtic metalwork.

Who wore the Tara Brooch?

The Tara Brooch was believed to be worn by nobles and elites of Ireland. Even though the exact origins and ownership of this historical artifact remain uncertain, it is a revered masterpiece of Irish jewelry and a representation of ancient Celtic culture.

How do you wear the Tara Brooch?

The Tara Brooch can be worn in various ways, depending on personal preference. Traditionally, it was used as a decorative fastening for clothing, such as capes or cloaks. However, today it is commonly worn as a brooch on garments, such as shawls, scarves, or even on hats or bags. Its intricate design and historical significance make it a striking and meaningful accessory that adds a touch of Celtic elegance to any outfit.

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