Of all our Irish wedding rings, the Mo Anam Cara collection has proved one of the most popular. In English, Mo Anam Cara translates to My Soul Mate, and is the perfect sentiment to share with your mate.
Each Irish word on these wonderful rings is separated from the next with the Claddagh symbol. The Claddagh is an ancient Irish symbol, and was first used by Richard Joyce who designed the original Claddagh Ring. The heart represents love, the crown stands for loyalty, and the hands symbolize friendship.
This beautiful range of Mo Anam Cara rings is available in sterling silver, 10K, 14K, and 18K gold. 14K and 18K gold grades also include white gold. All pieces are hallmarked at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle – a mark of their authenticity. This has been required by Irish law since 1637.