The Mo Anam Cara rings are probably one of our most popular Irish or Gaelic rings. The meaning of Mo Anam Cara is “my soul mate” and these rings are a wonderful way to remind both yourself and your soul mate of your shared connection.
Each of these beautiful Irish rings is handcrafted in Dublin, Ireland. Just before they receive their final polishing, each is submitted to the Assay Office at Dublin Castle for inspection and hallmarking. It is the Irish hallmark that serves as your guarantee both of metal quality as well as authenticity of origin. Over the years, we’ve come across many knock-offs and imitations, but there is only one original series of Mo Anam Cara rings complete with an Irish hallmark. Don’t accept inferior products for such an important jewelry item.
CelticByDesign.com offers the complete range of genuine Mo Anam Cara rings. We have styles and metals to fit every budget, from sterling silver to 14K white, yellow, and two-tone gold. We also feature the latest Siorai II designs of the Mo Anam Cara ring series as well as rings with the same Gaelic meaning, but written in ancient Ogham script.
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This beautiful Mo Anam Cara wedding ring design is unisex and perfect for either a man or a woman. The words Mo Anam Cara are Irish for My Soul Mate and is pronounced “muh ah-num kara.”
This stunning presentation of the Mo Anam Cara wedding ring features features intricately cast details and a beautiful oxidized finish. The ring is solid sterling silver and is hallmarked as such at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle.
Each word of the phrase Mo Anam Cara is inscribed around the outer circumference of the ring and separated from the next by an Irish Claddagh symbol. The Claddagh symbol represents Love, Loyalty, and Friendship. It truly is a beautiful presentation!
Each and every Mo Anam Cara wedding band is handmade to order in Dublin, Ireland and arrives presentation boxed. To see more details on this piece as well as other fine Irish jewelry, please visit the Mo Anam Cara wedding ring page at: http://www.celticbydesign.com/index.cfm/category/71/irish-mo-anam-cara-wedding-rings.cfm
One of the my absolute favorite presentations of the Mo Anam Cara ring that I’ve come across has got to this two-tone Mo Anam Cara ring. This stunning Irish wedding band features a new design where the words Mo Anam Cara are beautifully carves around the ring. Each word is separated from the next by an Irish Claddagh. The Claddagh is an old Irish symbol that represents Love, Loyalty, and Friendship.
The two tones of gold in this ring are divided by intricate braided rope detail. The main part of the ring is presented in either 14K or 18K white gold. The rail section of this Mo Anam Cara ring is in 14K or 18K yelow gold. The combination of both make for an absolutely unforgettable presentation.
This beautiful Mo Anam Cara ring is sure to draw compliments from whomever sees it. It is a lovely testament to the love that a couple shares for each other. Each of these stunning rings is handcrafted by artisans in Dublin, Ireland. As your assurance of quality, each piece is hallmarked at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle.
This is also a very comfortable ring to wear as it features a comfort fit design, and does not have the sharply angled edges that some wedding bands have traditionally had in the past.
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.