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Fionn the warrior silver mans ring

Made in Sterling silver at our Carlow workshop. 

Fionn means fair-headed. Fionn Mac Cumhaill (Mac Cool) was a central character in Irish folklore and mythology  who led the warrior band, the Fianna. Fionn was not only incredibly strong but he was also extremely brave, handsome, generous and wise, a wisdom he aquired by touching the “”Salmon of Knowledge” and then sucking his thumb. 


Width 9mm

Weight 7.5grams

Finish  Highly polished with black patina in design

Available in sizes up to X

Plain at back of ring to allow for adjustments



Celtic artwork is associated with the people known as Celts, those who spoke the Celtic languages in Europe from pre-history through to the modern period, as well as the art of ancient peoples whose language is uncertain, but have cultural and stylistic similarities with speakers of Celtic languages. The Celts excelled in metal work and stone work and when the Christians arrived in old Hibernia (Ireland) and Scotland the birth of the Celtic Cross with its ornate patterns which are to be seen in The Book of Kells of The Book of Ballymote


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