House Of Lor / Bracelet / Ninth Wave Bangle

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Ninth Wave Bangle

Sterling Silver and Irish Gold with Sapphire and Topaz Stones.

Sterling Silver and Irish Gold, Ninth Wave Bangle, with Sapphire and Topaz Stones, in the centre. The bangle has a hinge opening for easy off and on wear.

In Irish Mythology, the NINTH WAVE is the barrier that separates the Earthly World from the ‘Otherworld’. The legends told of a mystical place that lay beyond the West Coast of Ireland, far out across the sea.

This Island was invisible to the naked human eye and only accessible if you managed to survive the mighty onslaught of the NINTH WAVE. Today, the magnificence of the Irish Sea on the West Coast of Ireland is referred to as the Wild Atlantic Way. The wave patterns and colour’s of the Irish Sea are intrinsic to the design inspiration of the NINTH WAVE Collection.

House of Lor is a unique collection of Irish Jewelry, which contains an exclusive piece of Pure Irish Gold at the heart of every design.  Each piece has a precious amount of rare Irish rose gold woven into the heart of it – the same gold from deep beneath the Irish hills, which was fashioned over 2000 years ago into the artefacts now housed by the National Museum of Ireland

Irish Gold is exclusive to House of Lor under license from the Galantas Mining Corporation, based in County Tyrone.

Our sustainable gold is mined and crafted in Ireland. Celebrating the rich history and culture of Ireland in each design. House of Lor takes inspiration from the natural world we all occupy. We are proud to offer the only jewellery collection in the world made using rare Irish gold in every piece.

All of our jewellery is authenticated and hallmarked by the Assay Office in Dublin Castle, which ensures its distinctly Irish providence. Your independent guarantee is that your purchase is certified and it’s an assurance of the quality of the materials used in your purchase.

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Dimensions 66 × 18 mm


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