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Ogham Short Slim Ingot Pendant

14K Fascination of Ogham Short Slim Ingot Pendant


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Ogham Short Slim Ingot Pendant in 14ct Yellow Gold

Our Ogham Pendant can be personalized with a name or special message in the ancient Ogham alphabet. Soul Mate, or in Gaelic - Mo Anam Cara, is a very popular request.


The Ogham Alphabet - Ireland's Ancient Alphabet

Ogham, the ancient Irish alphabet, dating to at least 500 AD if not much earlier, was used in pre-Christian and early-Christian Ireland. Etched on standing stones, the inscriptions usually commemorate a battle or event, which took place at the site, where the stone was erected.




What is Ogham?

Ogham is an ancient Irish alphabet dating to at least 500 AD if not much earlier.

What does the Ogham alphabet look like?

Ogham is a twenty-character alphabet made up of line strokes of different quantities of lines and different lengths and angles.

How do you read Ogham?

Ogham is read from bottom to top - the letter O is the bottom two straight lines on our logo. It is a phonetic alphabet - there is no "f" for example - the letter "v" is used.

Where and why was Ogham used?

Ogham was used mostly in Ireland (especially Kerry and Clare) but examples can also be found in Scotland, England and Brittany. Special events and famous people were commemorated with Ogham inscriptions on standing stone pillars.

Ogham for the New Millenium

Now Ogham is brought to you in the form of precious jewelry - Inspired by Ireland. You can have gold and silver ingots and rings personalised with the name of your choice.

If you would like to see how your name would appear in the ancient Ogham alphabet, please send your enquiry via our Contact Us link and we would be pleased to email that information back to you.


Jewelry featured on our website is manufactured in Ireland by hand and assayed and hallmarked by the Assay Office at Dublin Castle. You can be assured of a stunning, quality product which will be admired by all!

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