The Ogham alphabet is the earliest form of Irish writing. The characters consist of a series of lines and notches scored across a long stem. It was usually read from bottom to top.
It is named after the warrior Ogma, God of Eloquence and Literature. There are over 350 Ogham stones still standing in Ireland.
From Boru’s latest state-of-the-art wedding ring range comes a very understated, unique ring. The deeply etched and oxidised Ogham alphabet on this ring spells the word ‘sonas’, the Irish for happiness. A delightful, meaningful wedding, friendship or milestone gift ring.
This is a unisex ring with a ‘comfort fit’ band meaning the inside of the band is domed for a more comfortable wear.
It is available in two band widths.
Width: 5 – 5.2mm / Thickness: 1.8mm approx.
Boru® offers a number of different finishes on our rings.
An Oxidised Finish
is where the ring is given a dark grey or black finish – Only available on Sterling Silver
A Polished Finish
is where the whole ring is fully polished which gives a shiny look all over
A Florentine Finish
is where the background is sandblasted to give a light grey or white look – Raised areas are Polished
We put our heart and soul into every single piece of jewelry we create – designing, handcrafting and hallmarking everything with our unique Boru® style and attention to detail.