The Irish Jewelry Company launches a new blog


Owners Andrew & Jennifer

My husband, Andrew Derrig, provides the manufacturing, research and development sourcing and licensing expertise that is key to the continued success of our business.

The Irish Jewelry Company announces that it is redirecting its efforts to strengthen its online presence through blogging, social media and create a better user experience by updating its website to adapt to changing shopping habits due to Covid-19. The Irish Jewelry Company will officially launch their blog, Irish Culture and Traditions in September. The pandemic has changed the buying habits of many people and has officially boosted people’s confidence in e-commerce. Economic concerns continue to be prevalent among small businesses like The Irish Jewelry Company. To survive any future shutdowns due to Covid-19 going forward, it’s clear that every jewelry business needs a bigger web presence with a great blog and user-friendly website that’s upgraded with a fabulous product. Today more and more people are turning to online shopping for their purchases at stores like The Irish Jewelry Company for this unique sentimental piece of jewelry for that special occasion in these difficult times when people can go out as usual. to do shopping.

The Irish Jewelry Company blog will focus on the meaning and symbolism of Irish jewelry. It will also contain articles on Irish heritage around customs, folklore and superstitions. The blog will also focus on original design concepts and stories, brand recognition and customer experience to gain more market share online will continue and accelerate over the coming months.

Started by an Irish American husband and wife team in 2006, with 50 years of combined experience in the jewelry industry. It is a family owned and operated business. The Irish Jewelry Company is an award winning company and their Irish jewelry is sold online around the world.

From humble beginnings in the basement of their family home, this dynamic husband and large duo have continued to develop their brand The Irish Jewelry Company by designing beautiful and exclusive Irish jewelry. With awards for jewelry design and business, they have managed to combine their love of Ireland, their passion for jewelry and their knowledge of manufacturing to create their unique and high quality Irish jewelry into a working relationship. brilliant who ships their jewelry orders daily to delighted customers. around the world.

Jennifer, Owner and Jewelry Designer, said: “We created this business, fulfilling the lifelong dream of honoring our families’ Irish heritage through our combined talents and experience in the jewelry industry. jewelry. My husband, André Derrig provides the expertise in jewelry manufacturing, research and development sourcing, and licensing that are key to the continued success of our business. Although we are based in the United States, we frequently visit our family and family home in County Mayo, Ireland, and travel to Europe with our children to discover new products and spot new trends.

Each piece of jewelry from The Irish Jewelry Company is meticulously crafted by Jennifer, who received classical training as a jewelry designer at the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology School of Art and Design in New York City.

The Irish Jewelry Company has been extremely successful in their remarkable collection of exclusive designs such as the Celtic Mothers Knot, their Mothers Claddagh, the Sisters Knot and their fine selection of traditional and unique Claddagh Ring designs, all available online for n to name a few.

the Claddagh ring is an ancient Irish two-handed ring holding a heart, topped with a crown. According to Irish heritage, the claddagh symbolizes love, loyalty and friendship. The hands represent “friendship”, the heart represents “love” and the crown represents “loyalty”.

Claddagh rings are so popular that they were worn by famous royal wearers such as Princess Grace of Monaco and Queen Victoria. Claddagh rings were even given as gifts to two US presidents during their visit to Ireland. John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie received theirs in 1963. The rings were to honor his Irish roots. Ronald Reagan received his ring in 1984 from the people of Galway.

The Irish Jewelry Company is busy shipping Irish gifts to customers around the world all year round. Public holidays like Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Christmas are particularly busy ordering times.

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