She wears her deep love for you in her heart, and now she can wear it on her wrist as well. This sterling silver bangle handcrafted by Boru Jewelry features the words "Anam Cara" (literally, "Soul Mate" in Gaelic) within the front circle, and the sentiment is also inscribed in the ancient Celtic Ogham script in 18 karat gold at the center.
- Crafted in sterling silver with 18 karat gold accents
- Polished finish
- Approximately 8-12" in circumference
- Packaged in elegant gift box
- Stamped with the Dublin Castle Assay Mark, guaranteeing authenticity
- Handmade to order by Boru Jewelry
- Imported from Dublin, Ireland
Did You Know? "Anam cara," or "soul mate" in Gaelic, is pronounced "onum kara." The Ogham alphabet dates from the first century A.D. It was Ireland's first written alphabet, originally inscribed on standing stones and in sacred places throughout rural Ireland.
About the Artists. Brian Boru, from whom Boru Jewelry takes its name, became the last High King of all Ireland in 1002 and reigned until 1014. Inspired by this last great king, and with a desire to replicate the values, heritage, skills, and craftsmanship that go into making exquisite handmade Celtic jewelry, Boru creates pieces of jewelry that are handcrafted in Ireland, beautiful in design, and of the finest quality. All Boru craftsmen, who hail from Ireland or Europe, have more than 10 years of experience in their craft.