Claddagh Design, Ogham Cara Ring Pendant
Silver Cara Pendant is handcrafted in solid silver for friendship
Made to last, a simple ring suspends on a shimmering silver chain. The Irish Gaelic word 'Cara' inscribed in a beautiful Celtic font. Beside it, we engrave it in ancient Ogham writing.
The perfect symbol of a never-ending bond between friends. A truly unique piece to carry meaning and history in a contemporary style.
- Sterling Silver
- Handmade in Ireland
- Irish Hallmark of Quality
- Choice of silver chain lengths
Ogham, the ancient script she uses to inscribe the piece can be dated back to our ancestors in 4th century. Examples of Ogham can still be seen on standing stones scattered around Ireland to this day and on the famous Irish manuscript, The Book of Kells.
Dimensions: Height 13mm / Width 4mm / Weight 5 grams
Standard chain length 18″
Designed and handcrafted in Ireland by award-winning silver and goldsmith Eileen Moylan.
This piece carries the hallmark of quality from the Irish Assay Office in Dublin Castle. Arrives beautifully presented in a signature wooden box.
Perfect for that special gift.
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Here are some of the ways we plan to play our part for the planet:
- Sustainable packaging
- Re-use of cardboard and brown paper received from suppliers in customer orders
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- Deal primarily with Irish suppliers to minimize our carbon footprint
- Aiming to be plastic free
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