Ireland’s National Gemstone – See our Connemara Marble Collection
Often called Ireland’s national gemstone it is a rare form of marble found in the region which is typically green-ish in colour. Said to be one of the rarest forms of marble in the world due to its limited supply and dates back over 600 million years. The marble itself is formed when limestone is heated under pressure. While the colour is predominately green there are often shades of grey and brown seen throughout. It dates back to the Precambrian era.
It has been used for centuries in jewellery making, as a means of exchange, for fixtures in stately buildings both at home and abroad, it is the traditional gift between families who vow friendship through generations.
This stone helps you to feel more in control. A good stone for those wishing to heighten their psychic abilities. Used in treating diabetes and hypoglycemia. Increases the absorption of calcium and magnesium. Connemara marble is beautiful, light green marble that is unique to Connemara in the West of Ireland.
Our handmade jewellery is made from the finest and highest quality gemstones. Each piece is unique and one of a kind, and all are set in sterling silver settings.