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Connemara marble Wikipedia

Connemara marble or "Irish green" is a rare variety of marble found in Connemara, Ireland with a distinct green colour. It is commonly used as a gemstone and for decorations. Due to its colouration, it is commonly associated with the Irish identity. It strongly resembles the verd antique found in the Mediterranean. It is named after the region in the western part of the country in which it is quarried (including Lissoughter in Recess, County Galway, and in Clifden).

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Connemara Marble

Feb 01, 2013· The Joyce family owns a Connemara Marble quarry in Recess. Their factory is based in the village, on the N59 between Clifden and Galway, where Joyce’s Craft Shop and Art Gallery can also be found (right across the road from the Connemara Giant monument). A wide range of Connemara Marble gifts are available there.

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What is Connemara Marble? The History of 'The Irish Gemstone'

Rare and beautiful, Connemara marble is found exclusively along Ireland’s rugged wild Atlantic coast. This Irish Marble is as unique as the spectacular Irish landscape it is found in, with green of almost every hue in arresting layers and patterns.

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Connemara Marble Solvar Irish Jewellery

Connemara Marble is referred to as "Ireland's Gemstone". It is a very unique and rare form of Marble found in valley of the 12 Bens in Connemara, the heart of the West of Ireland. This beautiful marble, estimated to be over 900 million years old, gets its range of green colour tones from the various natural elements only found in the limestone

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Connemara Marble Irish jewellery, Irish gifts, Irish

Cead Mile Fáilte, one hundred thousand welcomes to the official Connemara Marble website. For three generations my family have worked this rare green marble, and we take great pride in every timeless treasure that we bring to you. Have a look at the beautiful marble, the exquisite designs and quality craftsmanship that you will find in each piece.

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Connemara Marble Jewelry. Ireland's Ancient Gemstone The

Aug 28, 2020· The marriage of this ancient green marble with the classic Celtic cross in a match made in heaven. Crafted in sterling silver, the Connemara marble arms of the cross are complemented by 4 single trinity knot links. There’s also an eye-catching single marcasite crystal at the center. 2. Connemara Marble Disc Jewelry Set

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Connemara Marble Ireland's Natural Gem

Just as its name implies, Connemara marble is found in only one place in the world. Connemara is located on the west coast if Ireland. It is also one of the most picturesque places in Ireland, with a landscape full of rugged wonder and beauty.

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The Connemara Marble heart pendant. Bridget's An

Connemara Marble is referred to as "Ireland's Gem Stone". It is a very unique and rare form of Marble found in valley of the 12 Bens in Connemara, the heart of the West of Ireland. This beautiful marble, estimated to be over 900 million years old, gets its range of green colour tones from the various natural elements only found in the limestone

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Connemara Marble

Feb 01, 2013· The Joyce family owns a Connemara Marble quarry in Recess. Their factory is based in the village, on the N59 between Clifden and Galway, where Joyce’s Craft Shop and Art Gallery can also be found (right across the road from the Connemara Giant monument). A wide range of Connemara Marble gifts are available there.

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Visit Connemara Marble Visitor Centre with Discover Ireland

The mining of Connemara Marble is one of Ireland’s oldest indigenous industries. At Connemara Marble Visitor Centre, the marble is quarried, cut, shaped, and polished. The Joyce family opened the Streamstown marble quarry in Clifden in 1822. Marble from here adorns the Galway Cathedral floor and the walls of the Senate Chamber of the State

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Connemara Marble Solvar Irish Jewellery

Connemara Marble is referred to as "Ireland's Gemstone". It is a very unique and rare form of Marble found in valley of the 12 Bens in Connemara, the heart of the West of Ireland. This beautiful marble, estimated to be over 900 million years old, gets its range of green colour tones from the various natural elements only found in the limestone

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