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Silver Ogham ‘A Stor’ Bracelet

Profess your love the Irish way.

Ogham is an ancient Irish alphabet dating back to the 4th century. The earliest form of writing in Ireland, it was etched onto stone pillars examples of which can still be seen all over the country.

We’ve brought this ancient script back to life with our contemporary Ogham bracelet. Engraved with the message ‘A Stor’ – the Gaelic phrase for ‘My Love’ – it offers both uniquely Irish style and the opportunity to ‘secretly’ express your affection for a loved one.

Like all of our pieces, this bracelet is hand crafted by Irish silversmiths in our Cork workshop. It bears a full hallmark from the Irish Assay Office in Dublin Castle and comes exquisitely presented in a solid wood presentation box. Free shipping worldwide.

When adding this bracelet to your cart, please select your required chain length.

Dimensions: Height 15mm / Length mm / Weight 6 grams

Please Note: The secure spring clasp sits to the side of the Claddagh design.



Happy Customers

Brendan, Maine, Sep 2012.
Brendan, Maine, Sep 2012.
'Gra' Irish Love Tie Pin

The tie pin arrived safely with days to spare. It is beautiful and I am grateful for your care in shipping. The Ogham alphabet is not well known here in the States, so most won't have a clue to its significance for me. I, however, will always think of my wedding day and the simple word inscribed each time I wear it in the future.The pin will look great in my tie from Connemara, and, for me, it will be a subtle but meaningful addition to what I'm wearing. Thanks for your lovely work and thoughtful service.

Sonya, UK, Apr 2013.
Sonya, UK, Apr 2013.
His & Hers Claddagh Rings

Thank you so much the rings are perfect, we love them. Thanks for all your help. Hope to order again soon!

Abbie, USA, Nov 2013.
Abbie, USA, Nov 2013.
Men's Ogham Pendant

Thank you so much, I just received the pendant today and it's beautiful, more then I could ever hoped for. It is an anniversary gift so it means a lot. I can't wait to give it to him.

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