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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.
Connemara Marble Round Shamrock Pendant with Sterling Silver Chain. Connemara Marble is over 900 Million years old and is unique to Ireland. Connemara Marble own and operate the oldest marble quarry, which was first opened in the 19th Century. Authenically Irish, No Sales Tax on orders in the USA, Shipped directly from Ireland.
The name Shamrock is derived from the Irish "seamrog" meaning "summer plant". It is Irelands most famous symbol and symbolises the Cross and the Blessed Trinity. Its trefoil shaped leaves meant it was a sacred plant of the ancient Druids of Ireland and of other ancient civilisations around the world. The shamrock is forever connected to the teachings of the Three in One Trinity by St Patrick in the fifth century and his banishment of serpents from Ireland as snakes would never be seen on trefoil. St Patrick used the shamrock to explain the holy trinity to the pagan Irish as he spread Christianity to the country. Today he is the patron Saint of Ireland and his feast day is celebrated worldwide on March the 14th.
The famous "Connemara Green marble" is found outcropping along a line between Streamstown and Lissoughter in the Connemara area of County Galway. It was a trade treasure used by the inhabitants of the prehistoric time. It continues to be of great value today. It is available in large dimensional slabs suitable for buildings as well as for smaller pieces of jewellery. It is used for the pendant for the Scouting Ireland Chief Scouts Award, the highest award in Irish Scouting.