History of Ireland Necklace - Sterling Silver - 46374

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Sterling silver History of Ireland necklace is a bar style necklet with a double sided design.

History of Ireland jewelry collection has been given a more contemporary and flattering finish with curved edges. Each piece is crafted in Ireland by Solvar Jewelry and hallmarked by the Irish Assay Office at Dublin Castle. Each symbol represents a different era in Ireland’s history and is explained in the included History of Ireland booklet.

The following are the History of Ireland symbols on this sterling silver necklace: * Circle of Life * St. Patrick * Round Tower * Vikings * Norman Invasion * Battle of the Boyne * United Irishmen * Irish Flag * Famine * Famine Ships * General Post Office * Partition *

The bar of this sterling silver History of Ireland necklace measures 1 1/8" wide x 1/4" tall and this necklet style design includes a 17" sterling silver chain with a lobster claw catch and a 2" extender. The History of Ireland bar necklace features six of the twelve icons on each side and it is gift boxed with the legend booklet that explains the symbolism.

History of Ireland jewelry is made in Dublin, Ireland by Solvar Jewelry; it is available at The Irish Gift House.
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