Claddagh Design, Ogham Sonas Earrings
'Sonas', Irish Gaelic for happiness
Inscribed in Ogham writing, sonas is derived from the old Irish word sonus meaning good fortune, prosperity and happiness.
These unique Ogham earrings offer a positive sentiment. Each beautiful set is handcrafted in our workshop. Made to last.
- Handcrafted Sterling Silver
- Hallmarked in Ireland
- Dimensions: Height 12mm
The Ogham alphabet is Ireland's earliest form of writing, in used from the 4th to 7th centuries. Our ancestors used this ancient script to carve names in giant stone pillars as boundary markers. Some of the original stones can still be found around rural Ireland to this day.
As with all of our Ogham jewellery , these earrings are crafted by silver and goldsmith Eileen Moylan.
Presents in a luxury wooden box
Perfect for that special gift.
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Personal touch with gift notes.
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We’re well aware of the impact that consumer purchasing decisions can have on the environment. As a retailer, we feel our highest responsibility is to ensure that we’re taking measures to minimize our impact, and the impact of our customers' purchases, on the environment.
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
- Continuously educate our team about the environmental crisis and explore ways that we can use our business to help
- Deal primarily with Irish suppliers to minimize our carbon footprint
- Aiming to be plastic free
Quinlans was started by Brigin and John P Quinlan in Macroom, County Cork. We’ve had some fantastic people join our team over the years, and any success that we’ve had is as much theirs as it is ours. Our current team is small and we pride ourselves on cultivating a culture where people can be themselves at work, feel safe and appreciated, and have an opportunity to continuously learn and develop.
There’s something special about seeing a person master his or her craft. We’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the most talented Irish and European craft makers, from ceramics and glass to jewellery and textiles. We carefully choose the suppliers we work with and operate through trust and transparency to ensure lasting relationships are formed. We value getting to know the people behind the products that we offer.