My husband, Andrew Derrig provides the expertise in manufacturing, research & development sourcing, and licensing that is the key to our company’s continued success.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 29, 2021
The Irish Jewelry Company is announcing it is redirecting its focus to work on strengthening its online presences through blogging, social media and creating better user experience by updating its website to accommodate the shifting shopping habits due to Covid-19. The Irish Jewelry Company will be officially launching its blog, Irish Culture and Traditions in September. The pandemic has changed many peoples shopping habits and has officially solidified people’s confidence in eCommerce. Economic concerns continue to be widespread among small businesses like The Irish jewelry Company. To survive any future closures due to Covid-19 in the future its clear every jewelry business needs a greater web presence with a great blog, and an improved user-friendly website with fabulous product. Today more people are turning to online shopping for their purchases at stores like, The Irish Jewelry Company for that unique piece of sentimental jewelry for that special occasion during these difficult times when people can get out as usual to shop.
The Irish Jewelry Company blog will focus on the meaning and symbolism behind Irish jewelry. It will also have articles on Irish heritage revolving around customs, folklore, and superstitions. The blog will also focus on original design concepts and stories,brand recognition, and customer experience to garner more online market share will continue and accelerate in the upcoming months.
Started by an Irish American husband-and-wife team in 2006, with a combined 50 years of experience in the jewelry industry. They are a family owned and operated business. The Irish Jewelry Company is an award-winning business, and their Irish jewelry is sold worldwide online.
From modest beginnings starting in the basement of their family home this dynamic husband and wide duo has continued to grow their brand The Irish Jewelry Company designing beautiful exclusive Irish jewelry. With awards for jewelry design and in business they have successfully combine their love of Ireland, their passion for jewelry and knowledge of manufacturing to create their unique and high-quality Irish jewelry in a brilliant working relationship that ships order for their jewelry daily to delighted customers around the world.
Jennifer, Owner and Jewelry designer said “We created this company, fulfilling a lifelong dream of honoring our families’ Irish heritage through our combined talents and experience in the jewelry industry. My husband, Andrew Derrig provides the expertise in jewelry manufacturing, research & development sourcing, and licensing that is the key to our company’s continued success. Although we are based in the United States, we frequently visit our family and our family home in County Mayo, Ireland and travel to Europe with our kids discovering new product and spotting new trends.”
Each piece of jewelry from The Irish Jewelry Company is meticulously designed by Jennifer who was classically trained as a jewelry designer at the prestigious school for art and design the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.
The Irish Jewelry Company has had enormous success in their notable collection of exclusive designs such as the Celtic Mothers Knot, their Mothers Claddagh, the Sisters Knot, and their beautiful selection of traditional and unique Claddagh Ring designs all available online just to name a few.
The Claddagh Ring is an old Irish ring with two hands holding a heart, surmounted by 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 they have been worn by famous royal wearers such as Princess Grace of Monaco and Queen Victoria. Claddagh Rings have even been presented to two US presidents as gifts when they visited 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 year-round shipping Irish gifts to customers around the world. Holidays like Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Christmas are especially busy order times.
You can find out more about The Irish Jewelry Company at http://www.TheIrishJewelryCompany.com , on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
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