Celtic Motherhood Jewelry, Mother's Day

Irish Baby Bootie Necklace and Irish Motherhood Jewelry

Personalized Irish Baby Bootie Necklace and Irish Motherhood Jewelry

Irish Baby Bootie Necklace


Our Irish Baby Bootie Necklace is too cute for words. These Irish baby shoe charms are a brilliant reminder of just how precious our wee ones are. Each enamel baby shoe charm has a tiny shamrock in CZ. What Irish mother, mom to be or grandmother wouldn’t feel blessed to wear this Irish baby bootie necklace? Engraved on the sole of the baby shoe charm is the double shamrock and trinity knot symbolizing the spiritual bond between mother, child and God? Our Irish baby shoe charms come in three colors, pink, blue and green.
Order this Irish bootie charm necklace as an individual baby bootie charm or in multiplies, in the color of your choice, on the chain length of your choice.

  • The Irish Baby Bootie Necklace is sterling silver with colored enamel.
  • Irish Baby Bootie Charms are available in either green, blue or pink enamel and has an adorable CZ shamrock on the toe.
  • Baby Bootie Charms can be purchase with or without a chain or in your choice of chain length.
  • Purchase a chain with one or more baby shoe charms on it.

Exclusively by The Irish Jewelry Company

Every Irish jewelry gift from The Irish Jewelry Company comes gift boxed in our signature style, a simple white glossy gift box sealed with a satin emerald green ribbon and our gold label. Included at no additional charge is an Irish Blessing, toast or story card. If this is a gift included at no additional charge is a card for the recipient, hand written for that extra personal touch.

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