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  • Have you heard of the Gaeltacht?

    Jul 5th 2022

    Have you heard of the Gaeltacht?

    The Gaeltacht is a nationally recognized collection of areas in Ireland in which Irish is the predominant language. Originally coming into being in 1926 following the Gaelic Revolution, the Irish Free…

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  • The Celtic Tree of Life

    May 17th 2022

    The Celtic Tree of Life

    Trees have been symbolic in nearly every religion and regional history since the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Celts were among the first. One of the oldest and most popular Celtic symbols is th…

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  • Irish Traditions for Easter Week

    Apr 13th 2022

    Irish Traditions for Easter Week

    Happy Easter Week! Easter is upon us, and if you’re like me you may be curious about Easter traditions in Ireland. Easter is especially important in Ireland for both religious and secular reasons.…

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  • Welcome, Irish American Mom Blog Readers!

    Feb 12th 2022

    Welcome, Irish American Mom Blog Readers!

    Welcome, Irish American Mom Blog Readers! One of the joys of making Celtic jewelry is meeting other people in the Celtic world who are as passionate as I am about their heritage. Whether it’s going to…

    Published by Erin Young

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  • Brand New Today!

    Dec 11th 2021

    Brand New Today!

    It has been a goal of mine to create the Celtic Sister Knot out of sterling silver and this Christmas, I was finally able to introduce it! It is available in earrings, bracelet or neckl…

    Published by Erin Young

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  • Bringing Back the Wild Irish Fields

    Dec 2nd 2021

    Bringing Back the Wild Irish Fields

    Every so often, it is time to bring back a beloved set that is a part of the Eireann Earth Collection. Introducing back to Peat Fire Jewelry the Wild Irish Fields Bracelet and Earrings set.…

    Published by Erin Young

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  • Photo Shoot Fun

    Nov 18th 2021

    Photo Shoot Fun

    A lot of the photos for this website were taken near Doolin, Ireland on a very, very cold day. I was so grateful for my Peat Fire models and photographer, Philippe Gosseau because they just powered on…

    Published by Erin Young

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  • Making Jewelry that makes a Difference

    Feb 20th 2021

    Making Jewelry that makes a Difference

    When I first started Peat Fire Jewelry, I told myself that I wanted to make jewelry that could help people in some way. The Ogham Stone Collection is one of those collections that I hope can do that.…

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  • Ogham Language and Alphabet

    Dec 16th 2020

    Ogham Language and Alphabet

    As early as the 4th Century BC, the Irish people etched the beautiful and mysterious Ogham alphabet into stones and trees as the earliest written form of the Irish language. Ogham grew naturally from…

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