Warriors like Chu Chulaunn, Fionn Mac Cumhail and Queen Maeve are inspirational heroes from our past who influence our songs and stories even today. Carrying shields richly decorated with Celtic symbol and design they represent courage and fearlessness.
A fine Celtic Warrior bangle in silver with rolled gold detail to the edges and the safety chain. Handcrafted by Irish goldsmiths and assayed at Dublin Castle. 9mm width and standard 7.5'' fit around.
Meet Our Vendor
The focus of Boru Jewelry is to emphasize the love and importance of family. Boru itself is a family business focused on creating beautiful jewelry that can be passed down for generations to come. Founded in the mid-1980’s under the name Celtic and Heraldic, Boru’s original focus was creating pieces of Family Coat of Arms Jewelry. Soon, they branched out and became known for being the first company to try out never-before seen products. They were the original designers of the meaningful “Mo Anam Cara” ring, which is Gaelic for “My Soulmate”. They were also the first company to use the claddagh ring as a wedding band. These are just a few examples of Boru’s leadership and unique ideas.
Under the new ownership of the couple Lisa and Paul O’Neill in 2003, the company has continued this legacy and emphasized the values of loyalty and quality production and service. They have quite the talented staff, including craftsman and production manager, Mamer, who has trained all over the world and ensures that the pieces are not only uniquely beautiful, but also made to last. The rebranding of the name Boru was inspired by Brian Boru, the last High King of Ireland, and as his role as a patron of the arts and learning. Under his leadership, there was the creation of incredible craftsmanship, manuscripts and masonry. Nowadays, the company Boru continues his legacy by creating handmade jewelry with dedication and passion. They hope that their hard work brings you a little piece of Ireland.