Welsh Items at Nanuk’s Igloo Custom Jewelry

I believe that I have mentioned before that I offer a Celtic line at Nanuk’s Igloo, but now I will be offering items that are specifically Welsh both online and in the shop.  I am teaming up with my mother, nationally known Welsh Folksinger Jodee James, to incorporate Welsh gifts in addition to the jewelry items.

As of now, Nanuk’s Igloo offers a Welsh Dragon necklace. Quantities are limited at this time, but I hope to be able to offer more necklaces using the Welsh Dragon pendant.  In addition to these necklaces, we will also be selling Welsh T-shirts, Bumper Stickers, Notecards, and other gifts.  Each item is a custom item that will not be found elsewhere.  The notecards are actually made from artwork done by my grandmother Evelyn F. James.  In fact, we will be the only seller of Welsh specific gifts in New Jersey.


Celebrate Celtic Heritage in March

March brings not only St. Patrick’s Day, but also the Welsh holiday of St. David’s Day where the leaks and daffodils get brought out to share the spotlight with the clovers and leprechauns.  This month Nanuk’s Igloo is celebrating Celtic Heritage by offering 17% off any Celtic Jewelry Item.  Take advantage of this offer by entering coupon code “Celtic17” at checkout.

Silver Plated Shamrocks with Peridot Swarovski Crystal Cubes adorn this charm style bracelet. Measures: 7″. Lightweight bracelet. Matching earrings available.  $25.99

Silver Plated Shamrocks and Peridot Swarovski Crystal Cube Earrings. Length: 1 2/4″ . Very light weight. Matching Bracelet Available.  $12.99

Just in time for St. David’s Day

I wanted to post a quick note about an upcoming event that I am lucky enough to have been asked to take part in.  Last night I received an email from the  in Madison, Wisconsin.  This June they will be holding their MadCeltFest and during this event they will also be holding an auction where they will feature various items of Celtic origin.  One of those items will be a specially designed Welsh Dragon necklace supplied by me!  I’m pretty excited to have been asked to help spread Welsh heritage awareness.  I am very proud of my Scots Irish background, but believe that more people need to know that the Irish and Scottish aren’t the only Celts out there.  So, if you are in the Madison, Wisconsin area this June 21, please think about stopping by this fabulous event and this March 1, don’t forget to celebrate the patron saint of Wales, St. David.