Silver Plate Celtic Brooch with colored enamel and faceted stones.
The Tara Brooch dates back to the eighth century. This brooch is a wonderful copy of the original, worn as a symbol of status by the high kings of Tara. The Tara Brooch is named after a town in Ireland where the high kings of Ireland met to discuss the business of the land. The Tara brooch has been added to the many symbols of Ireland, and considered a classic in its own right. The original Tara Brooch can be found in our National History Museum in Dublin.