Liwu Jewellery

Jewellery designer from Co. Wexford

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Aine Breen, based in Co. Wexford, is the designer behind Liwu Jewellery. She designs delicate and simple jewellery with meaningful symbolism. Liwu means gift - Small gifts with big meanings. Each piece comes with a meaning card and is made by skilled silversmiths in Ireland.

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Energy Gold Plated Earrings

€99

by Liwu Jewellery

Jewellery, Earrings

These Celtic earrings are inspired by the ancient Celtic spiral. These Celtic spiral earrings include a meaning card with special quote and explanation as follows: You have received the gift of energy. It is said that the single spiral represents the summer sun radiating energy outwards towards the Earth. The Celtic spiral is found carved into stones at ancient pre-historic sites in Ireland and Europe.

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GROWTH GOLD CELTIC NECKLACE

€149

by Liwu Jewellery

Jewellery, Necklaces

This Celtic necklace symbolises growth. It is designed like a kerbstone found at ancient Celtic sites like Newgrange in Ireland. A meaning card with a special quote is included as pictured and reads as follows: The clockwise spiral symbolises emergence and growth and the anticlockwise spiral symbolises a drawing inwards. ‘To grow and emerge in life, one must reflect onto their inner self'.

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Three Lucky Stars 3 Drop Silver Necklace

€139

by Liwu Jewellery

Jewellery, Necklaces

'In heaven, there are three lucky stars, on earth, there are luck, prosperity and longevity'. These are the most sought after virtues in Chinese culture. This piece is designed to hang like a calligraphy scroll. Wear this piece with hidden meaning, give someone a gift of full of the meaning or just gift them lots of luck with this Chinese inspired piece of jewellery.

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Her first collection was inspired by the ancient meaning of Chinese Calligraphy characters and her time spent living in Beijing. Her most recent collection 'Native', is inspired by Celtic Symbols and her Native home of Ireland.