CELTIC GIFT IDEAS AND MORE
Perfect Gifts for Everyone
Just as all the Celtic gifts at Things Celtic are selected with great care, we like to help our customers find the perfect gift for their friends and loved ones. We can help you if you’re looking for a gift for your Scottish Grandmother, your Irish-American coworker, or your Welsh neighbor. At Things Celtic, you can find gifts representing all the Celtic nations, traditions, and personalities.
Gifts and Souvenirs
Have you recently returned from a Celtic vacation? Did you remember to bring home small gifts for all your family members? At Things Celtic, we can help you find small but meaningful gifts from Ireland and Scotland, just in case you forgot to pick up a few souvenirs. Many of the Celtic gifts you will find in our store are also sold at nicer gift shops and museum shops throughout Ireland and the U.K.
Celtic Gifts For Every Budget
Occasionally, you find yourself wanting to pick up a small gift to show appreciation for a special friend or coworker. Here at Things Celtic, we understand that finding a meaningful gift without breaking one’s bank account can be a challenge!
On our website, we have created a special section for “Gifts Under $35”. Gifts under $35 are perfect for anyone shopping within a budget. A great Celtic gift for a hostess, teacher, friend, to cheer up a sick loved one, or something for the office gift exchange is just a click away. We have small items for the home, colorful mugs and tasty tea, jewelry, t-shirts and more; something to fit a variety of personalities.
The Celtic Cross is a symbol that combines a traditional Christian cross with a ring or circle surrounding the intersection; the cross' lower stem being longer than the other three intersections. This style of cross can be found in all Celtic nations, as well as other European countries. In the early days of Celtic Christianity, the Celtic Cross design was often used as a design basis for high crosses – large outdoor free-standing crosses made of stone and often richly decorated. Examples of these monumental stone high crosses began in the 8th century, possibly even earlier. Early versions of high crosses were probably made in wood, perhaps faced in metalwork. Some high crosses were erected just outside churches and monasteries; others at sites that may have marked town squares, boundaries, or crossroads.