Claddagh Design, Ogham Sonas Pendant
'Sonas' | The Irish Gaelic word meaning 'Happiness'
Hold this positive and powerful sentiment close to your heart. The Sonas Ogham Necklace is crafted from solid silver.
Inscribed with this beautiful Irish term in ancient Ogham lettering. This perfectly polished pendant suspends on a shimmering quality inch chain.
- Handmade in Ireland
- Sterling Silver
- Irish hallmark of quality
- Luxury wooden box
- Diameter 15mm
Grant Happiness| Sonas | Our Inspiration
Sonas comes from Old Irish sona meaning prosperous, fortunate, lucky.
The Ogham script was the first form of writing to be used in Ireland. The earliest examples date back to the 4th century AD. This mystical alphabet can still be found etched into stone pillars around rural Ireland to this day.
Designed and crafted by the award-winning Irish jewelry designer in her workshop at the foothills of the Cork and Kerry mountains. Carries the Irish hallmark of quality from Dublin Castle's Irish Assay Office. Presents in our beautifully polished wooden box.
This piece is complete with oxidized engraving in a polished finish.
Model wears an 18" chain. Please select your preferred chain length from the dropdown.
Dimensions: Height 15mm / Width 15mm / Weight 6 grams
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