Silver Broighter Boat ring, especially created for the National Museum in Kildare street, Dublin.
Based on a treasure in the Museum called the Broighter Boat, dating back to the first century B.C. It's a small ornamental beaten pure gold boat, created by the ancient Celts as a ceremonial gift to the sea god Manannán mac Lir.
Looks lovely on!
7.5mm high off the finger
Suitable for both male and female.
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