Ogham My Soul Mate Yellow Gold Wedding Ring

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Reference: P3765
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This Ogham My Soul Mate yellow gold ring is one of the most stunning pieces in the Rings from Ireland collection. It represents the very best of Irish and Celtic craftsmanship and delivers a layer of meaning all in one gold band. Ogham is the most ancient of Irish writing and sometimes is known as the ‘Celtic tree alphabet’ as the number of letters are linked to old Irish names for certain trees. The alphabet was carved on stones and many are still dotted across Ireland standing tall and representing centuries of history and tradition.

This ring, in addition to being beautiful, has a very romantic message engraved on it. Anam Cara is the Celtic phrase and old Celtic term which translates as ‘soul friend’ or Soul Mate.  Anam is Irish for soul and cara is Irish for friend. This yellow gold wedding ring carries this message through the wearer. Many choose to get a matching set to celebrate this most special of unions and to mark the Celtic belief that souls can be connected spiritually and can create a strong bond.

MetalSolid 10k or 14k Yellow Gold
Band Width5mm approx.
Thick1.8mm approx.

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