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Newgrange Irish Charm Bead


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Newgrange Irish Charm Bead

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Newgrange Irish Charm Bead


Build your own Irish Charm Bracelet!

This artistically unique Sterling Silver bead adds a bit of charm and Irish History to your Tara's Diary Collection. Features intricately sculptured swirls and spirals reminiscent of historical megalithic artwork found at Newgrange. 


Newgrange is a monument older than Stonehenge found in County Meath, Ireland. This great Irish prehistoric site is shrouded in mystery as far as origins and purpose, but holds great interest in the month of December.  During the Winter Solstice the pathways and chambers of Newgrange are fully illuminated at sunrise in a most stunning light. Along the entranceway of Newgrange are large kerbstones with megalithic carvings. The designs on this unique Sterling Silver bead from Tara's Diary revisit the images found on these fascinating stone art pieces.

Art, Mystery and Light

This bead is special as it has many interpretations. With great Irish History, artistic interest, and connections to the Winter Solstice, the Newgrange bead is perfect for lovers of history and art alike. Mark a special Winter Season, or a connection to the mysterious monument. Gift it to the girl who has an air of mystery in her personality. Perhaps the wearer holds a particularly unique and artistic talent or is interestingly adept at a particular skill. A culturally rich addition to your charms, the Newgrange bead is a fascinating piece to display on your ShanOre charm bracelet or necklace. 

Beautiful handcrafted jewelry made in Ireland by Shanore Jewelers


Material Sterling Silver
Weight 1.4 grams
Width 15mm
Height 8mm

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