Size: 29mm x 12mm
The inspiration for The Ardmore Pendant is based on an ancient standing stone. Ardmore is located in the parish of Lispole in West Kerry. The Ardmore stone was discovered during excavation in 1978. The Stone features a richly decorated Greek cross relief, set in a round panel. The arms of the cross consist of double bands; at the end of each arm the decoration spirals outwards to meet the spiral from the adjacent arms.
The Ardmore stone has some similarities with the Killmalkedar Stone. This stone is one of the finest and most beautiful of those found on the Dingle peninsula.
Our handcrafted pendants can be engraved on the back with your name, in the original Ogham script. This unique and special piece comes with a standard 18 inch chain and a leaflet to explain the history of the Ogham script. It is crafted in sterling silver, 9k, 14k and 18k gold and has been Irish hallmarked by the Assay office at Dublin castle. The pendant comes presented in a beautiful Brian de Staic display box.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require a longer length chain. An additional charge will apply.
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