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Celtic Pendants


Welcome to our celtic pendants page.

Here you can browse through our ranges of celtic inspired pendants. Rennie Mackitosh is a classic celtic design which we very often use and works well with our handcrafted sterling silver pendants.

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Sundari Pendant Ruby Red MORE INFO...
Sundari Pendant Ruby Red
Sundari Celtic pendant Ruby MORE INFO...
Sundari Celtic pendant Ruby
Sundari Celtic pendant Rainbow Moonstone MORE INFO...
Sundari Celtic pendant Rainbow Moonstone
Sundari Celtic pendant Emerald MORE INFO...
Sundari Celtic pendant Emerald

More about Pendants


At Sundari we are always trying to bring our spectacular varieties of gemstones to the forefront in our pendant ranges. This is because pendants can quite often be excused for being more unusual in shape, and design than other types of jewellery so we really go to town with large ranges of one off designs.

Our ranges of pendants can come in the more popular gemstones such as amethyst, garnet, and black onyx, as well as the more unusual chalcedony, a variety of different agate stones, and also various types of rutilated quartz. So if you are looking for something to really get peoples attention then you have some to the right place.

Many of our pendants come with a snake or curb chain included in the price so you won't have to worry about any suprises during the checkout process here.

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More about the Celtic collection


Our collection of celtic inspired jewellery has it's roots deeply set in the styles of rennie mackintosh and claddagh. The origins of celtic jewellery can be traced back to the arts and creativity of the people of Ireland and the Scottish highlands and some of their earliest pieces included items such as neck torques and decorative brooches which have adapted throughout history to suit the ever chaging tastes of modern culture, but still remaining true to their illustrious origins.

More about Celtic Jewellery from Wikipedia >