Impressions of Ireland Silver Ring

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Reference: P3187
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Our Impressions of Ireland ring is designed with ancient symbols that depict historic moments from Ireland's past.

Discover the meaning behind our Impressions of Ireland symbols.

MetalSolid Sterling Silver

Customer Reviews

By Joerg Buettner from Germany - June 16, 2024

We bought these rings in Ireland in 2015 as friendship rings. We then got married in Ireland in 2017, but couldn't have these rings made in Germany. We didn't like our rings from Germany so much, so now, in 2024, we have ordered these rings again. They are so beautiful and we are completely happy.

5 5 1
By Michael McQuillen from United States - November 5, 2021

Beautiful ring. Very happy with purchase. Makes a great gift.

5 5 1
By CRISTINA from Italy - March 4, 2020

anello molto bello. lo consiglio

5 5 1
By Kimberly Thibault from United States - April 20, 2019

The ring is perfect and it was delivered in a timely manner. I am very pleased.

5 5 1
By marie cecile from Canada - January 10, 2019

Beautiful ring. Looked exactly like the picture. Shipping was prompt and price was fair.

5 5 1
By Giuseppe Scaletta from Malta - July 27, 2014

Very nic service and products. Thanks, Giuseppe

5 5 1
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Assay Office Mark When you buy Celtic jewelry from us, you are buying genuine Irish quality. All Celtic jewelry sold by Rings from Ireland bears the world-famous hallmark of Ireland's Assay Office. This is a guaranteed mark of quality and authenticity. Read More

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