A new feminine range, Designed In Ireland!
Shanore has its roots in 1979 in Ireland where the first jewellery was designed and sold by their designer Frank Maher, in Talbot Street in the heart of Dublin.
This family business draws its inspiration from Celtic culture and revisits the symbols dear to the hearts of the Irish: the Claddagh, the triskel, the Trinity, the Tree of Life ...
In 2017, Shanore developed a range of delicate and feminine Celtic jewellery with white crystal encrustations.
White crystal has been made for over 100 years in Tyrol, Austria: it is crystal made from a secret recipe made from molten glass and other molecules. Precision cut for sharp edges reflecting light like a diamond, its manufacturing process is patented and has made white crystal a benchmark in the fashion world.
We invite you to discover Le Comptoir Irlandais selection of rhodium-plated jewellery & white crystals.
Rhodium, a silver-white precious metal from the platinum family, makes the product stainless, hypoallergenic and naturally white! It is now the most expensive metal in the world, ahead of gold, due to its rarity. Rhodium, alloyed with platinum, enhances the quality of the metal and protects it against wear.
Clean the jewellery with a simple cloth dampened with water to avoid damaging the plating layer.