Loinnir Jewellery

Jewellery Designer from Dublin City

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A graduate from The National College of Art and Design, Cara Sturgess is the visionary of Loinnir Jewellery. Loinnir (which comes from the Irish word for ‘radiance’) offers a fresh modern take on Irish jewellery. While paying respects to our past, Loinnir Jewellery presents the scenic landscapes, the rich heritage and legends of Ireland in a stylish contemporary light.

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Tumulus Threader Earrings

€120

by Loinnir Jewellery

Simple and elegant, these Tumulus Threader earrings are made from solid sterling silver and plated in a thick layer of 18ct gold and are inspired by the famous tumulus chambers which are scattered across the Irish landscape.

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The Giant's Causeway Pearl Drop Earrings In Yellow Gold

€135

by Loinnir Jewellery

The Giant's Causeway pearl drop earrings are created using sterling silver then plated in a thick layer of 18ct gold with a textured polished finish. The piece is inspired by the natural volcanic formation in Northern Ireland and the famous Irish folktale of Finn McCool.

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The Trinity Ring In Yellow Gold

€129

by Loinnir Jewellery

The Trinity collection is a modern twist on the 'Trinity Knot' a Celtic symbol has come to represent the Holy Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit in the Christian tradition.

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Tumulus Necklace in Yellow Gold

€120

by Loinnir Jewellery

Simple and elegant, the 'Tumulus' necklace using solid sterling silver then plated in a thick layer of 18ct gold. Inspired by the famous tumulus chambers, scattered across the Irish landscape. These circular sites are reminiscent of the eternity ring; symbolic of the continuous gyre where death creates life, and life creates death in an endless yet elegant continuum.

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The Irish Shrubbery 'Aquamarine' Ring In Yellow Gold

€145

by Loinnir Jewellery

Simple and elegant, 'Irish Shrubbery' ring is made of solid sterling silver, then plated in a thick layer of 18ct gold set with an Aquamarine in a bezel setting. Inspired the native Gorse shrub (also known as the Whin). Immortalised in Patrick Kavanagh’s 1947 poem ‘A Christmas Childhood’. The Gorse is rich in colour, its yellow flowers light up the Irish landscape.

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Children of Lir Silver Bracelet

€445

by Loinnir Jewellery

"This dramatic 'Children Of Lir' Bracelet tells the story of the Children of Lir's transformation into swans and highlights the skill behind Ireland's Celtic knotwork. Made in sterling silver it is effortlessly elegant and adds a feminine edge to any outfit."

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Each piece is packaged in our lovely gift box, complete with an attractive outline of the historical and cultural inspiration behind each piece. Cara's goal is to create something that offers more than a generic piece of jewellery, but a piece of Ireland today.