We offer a wide choice of Celtic Pendants, Celtic Brooches, Marcasite Brooches, Pewter Pendants, Celtic Sterling Silver Earrings. Celtic Rings and Celtic Bangles. We also have a range of Pewter Gift ware such as Celtic Candle holders, Celtic Frames, Celtic Pen Sets.
Celtic Moments Jewellery is a fast growing bespoke micro business.
Since 2014, when it was first launched as a very small enterprise Celtic Moments has now grown into an established and popular business. Frequently attending local events in the Isle of Man ie. Country fayres like the Royal Show, etc. so my customers can see, feel, and try on the range of Celtic Jewellery I have to offer before they buy.
Some pieces have been delivered as far away as Japan, Australia, and Lanzarote.
Private parties can be arranged in the comfort of your own home with a group of friends & family.
We have a variety of designs – Celtic Triscele, Celtic Trinity, Celtic Knots of various sizes, Dragons, Daffodils, and so many more.
Check out some of our new items to our jewellery collection, we have just got into stock some really beautiful items.
We Love what we do, Just for you…
We Really Love our Products
All of our jewellery is hand selected. We really do care about what we offer and really want you to love our products as much as we do.
Great Celtic Designs
Some Classic, Some New, but all of the designs are beautifully replicated in a range of materials to suit your personal taste and feelings.
Celtic Moments News
Just arrived!! Christmas stock, we have a great selection of gift ideas for Christmas from pen gifts sets, candle holders in different designs, picture frames, exquisite jewellery with a wide price range.
My next craft fayre will be at the old Shoprite building in Onchan on 18th March 2017. Open from 10am-4pm.
Celtic Moments are proud to announce another extension to the business. Precious baby moments, baby portraiture in the comfort of a home studio.
The brig “Morgenster” visited our waters this week. It was lovely to see her in full sail. I took this image near cranstal (Point of Ayre) approx 1/2 hour before sunset.