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This is a general guideline and conversion table for our clothing. Being a naturalfibre, wool has a certain amount of flexibility and sizes may vary slightly depending on the style.
Our chest width measurements are calculated as the total circumference of the body.
For sizing of capes, please see each cape’s individual product page.
|Chest width (inches)||32-34||34-36||36-38||38-40||40-42||42-44|
|Chest width (cm)||81-86||86-91||91-96||96-101||101-106||106-111|
|Chest width (inches)||38-40||40-42||42-44||44-46||46-48|
|Chest width (cm)||96-101||101-106||106-111||111-116||116-122|
|Chest width (inches)||32-34||34-38||39-42||42-44||44-46||46-48|
|Length of Thumb||2"||2.2"||2.4"||2.6"|
|Height of fingers||1"||1.4"||1.4"||1.4"|
|Width from point to point||33.5"||38.6"|
|Length from collarbone to longest point||27.6"||31.5"|
|Women - Hat Sizes||S||M||L|
|Men- Flat Cap Sizes||S||M||L||XL||XXL|
|UK, Ireland, Australia||US & Canada|
Please note; If you are not sure of your ring size we strongly recommend that you visit your local jeweler.
Compliment any outfit with this eye-catching pendant and it’s beautifully detailed claddagh design. Beautifully crafted in Ireland this sterling silver pendant is a must have for any collection. The perfect gift for the loved one in your life, no matter the occasion.
The origin of the word Claddagh refers to a small fishing village in Galway, Ireland. The Claddagh ring was first created in this fishing village and was therefore called the Claddagh Ring. The ring design features a heart held by two hands while a crown is shown on the top of the heart. The first Claddagh ring was made as a show of love between two hearts that were oceans apart. The heart denotes love, the hands show friendship and togetherness. Finally, the crown signifies loyalty.
About the Makers
For three generations, the Walsh family have worked the beautiful, green marble that is unique to Connemara in the West of Ireland. The marble is crafted and finished at the familys workshop in Dublin. Traditional and modern tools are used to create products that capture the rare beauty of Connemara Marble. The quarry at Lissoughter in the Connemara Mountains in County Galway, Ireland first opened in the 19th century. In 1903, King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra visited it during the Royal Tour of Connemara. Today, the marble of Connemara can be found in the worlds great monuments. In the halls of Trinity College Dublin, on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, in Kensington Palace and in some of Americas finest buildings.