Monthly Archives: January 2012

New Mo Anam Cara Irish Wedding Rings!

One of the best-loved series of Irish wedding rings has some new additions to the range.  These stunning new rings still contain the words Mo Anam Cara (My Soul Mate) and the traditional Irish symbols, however they have been redesigned with contemporary flair.  

My absolute favorite has to be the Mo Anam Cara Siorai II ring in two-tone gold.  The white and yellow gold are separated by intricate rope braiding.  The white gold half of the ring is refreshingly sleek and contemporary, while all the traditional aspects are found in yellow gold.  Those include the words Mo Anam Cara as well as each word being separated by the Claddagh symbol.  Of course, this exact band is also available in the Mo Anam Cara ring section with the yellow and white gold reversed, and in your choice of solid yellow or white gold as well as sterling silver.

The Claddagh is an ancient Irish symbol, but known the world over.  The hands represent friendship, the crown is for loyalty, and the heart represents love.  A truly beautiful sentiment and sign of your love for each other.

Whichever metal type you might choose, you are sure not to be disappointed with the stunning Irish wedding bands.  They are handcrafted to order in Ireland and hallmarked at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle.  This has been a requirement of Irish law for centuries.  Each one is truly spectacular, and a wonderful sign of your commitment.