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Croí álainn diamond pendant

Use our international conversion chart to find your ring size

UK Size US Size EU Size Diameter
H 4 46 1/2 14.9mm
I 4 1/2 47 3/4 15.2mm
J 4 3/4 49 1/2 15.7mm
K 5 1/4 50 1/4 16.1mm
L 5 3/4 51 1/2 16.4mm
M 6 1/4 52 1/2 16.8mm
N 6 3/4 54 17.2mm
O 7 1/4 55 1/4 17.6mm
P 7 3/4 56 1/4 18mm
Q 8 1/4 57 1/2 18.4mm
R 8 3/4 58 1/2 18.7mm
S 9 1/4 60 1/4 19.1mm
T 9 3/4 61 1/2 19.5mm
U 10 1/4 62 1/2 19.9mm
V 10 3/4 63 3/4 20.3mm

We recommend that you ask your local jeweller to take your ring measurement, or pop in to either of our enibas shops where we will happily do that for you.

Follow these tips to ring sizing:
- Please specify if you are intending to buy a narrow or wider band or wish to stack a few rings together as this affects the size.
- A well fitting ring should go over your knuckle with a slight push, and sit comfortably on your finger without pinching the skin.
- Avoid getting your finger measured when your hands are much warmer or colder than normal, as this can also influence ring size.


Ring sizing at home:
We understand that finding the right ring size can sometimes be a little challenging, especially if you are gifting a special someone.
Find a ring that fits that finger, make sure it is perfectly round, and use a very sharp pencil to draw inside the ring as close to the band as possible. Take the diameter in millimeters and use the table here to determine the ring size (we use UK size).

Croí álainn diamond pendant

Use our international conversion chart to find your ring size

UK Size US Size EU Size Diameter
H 4 46 1/2 14.9mm
I 4 1/2 47 3/4 15.2mm
J 4 3/4 49 1/2 15.7mm
K 5 1/4 50 1/4 16.1mm
L 5 3/4 51 1/2 16.4mm
M 6 1/4 52 1/2 16.8mm
N 6 3/4 54 17.2mm
O 7 1/4 55 1/4 17.6mm
P 7 3/4 56 1/4 18mm
Q 8 1/4 57 1/2 18.4mm
R 8 3/4 58 1/2 18.7mm
S 9 1/4 60 1/4 19.1mm
T 9 3/4 61 1/2 19.5mm
U 10 1/4 62 1/2 19.9mm
V 10 3/4 63 3/4 20.3mm

We recommend that you ask your local jeweller to take your ring measurement, or pop in to either of our enibas shops where we will happily do that for you.

Follow these tips to ring sizing:
- Please specify if you are intending to buy a narrow or wider band or wish to stack a few rings together as this affects the size.
- A well fitting ring should go over your knuckle with a slight push, and sit comfortably on your finger without pinching the skin.
- Avoid getting your finger measured when your hands are much warmer or colder than normal, as this can also influence ring size.


Ring sizing at home:
We understand that finding the right ring size can sometimes be a little challenging, especially if you are gifting a special someone.
Find a ring that fits that finger, make sure it is perfectly round, and use a very sharp pencil to draw inside the ring as close to the band as possible. Take the diameter in millimeters and use the table here to determine the ring size (we use UK size).

Croí álainn diamond pendant

Croí álainn • Beautiful heart

Let your beautiful heart shine. A silver circle pendant, set with a diamond.

17" chain with 2" extension
Ethically sourced diamond
Crafted from recycled metals
Free standard delivery over €120 within Ireland
Description & Details

A silver circle pendant inscribed with Croí álainn: beautiful heart and set with a diamond, symbolising eternal love and the beauty and strength within our hearts.

Materials matter

Enibas jewellery is made of solid precious metals, designed to last a lifetime and beyond. We use ethically sourced diamonds and recycled and reclaimed precious metals from sustainable sources.

Our sustainability promise

Our jewellery, our brand, and our ethos are intimately related to the wild landscapes and unspoiled nature of West Cork. It’s our responsibility to protect and care for our home: this one beautiful planet we share. We spend a lot of time, thought, and energy tracing the history (and potential future) of every material we touch and every part of our production process, searching for new opportunities to increase our sustainability.

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MINDFUL PACKAGING

Made with as much care as our jewellery, our packaging has been thoughtfully designed to strictly minimise plastic and waste, and sourced from the most environmentally sustainable suppliers we can find.

Handmade in our
West Cork workshop

If you visit our shop in the seaside village of Schull, Ireland, you can peek behind the scenes at our design studio and workshop. There, our small team of jewellers carefully finishes each Enibas piece by hand, sending them out into the world with love.
BH2 HM Fwinner

Resilience. Hope. Inspiration.

Ann Kenneally Dublin, Ireland.

I am a three time cancer survivor, and although my body has been through a lot and is still struggling with chronic pain, what Ive really learned through all of it is just how resilient we are as humans. There were certainly blessings along the way too, including the kindness of strangers. Someone I had never met in person but worked with my childrens father used to make me soup each day during the weeks of my chemo, and send it up to me. It was such a lovely thing to do, and meant so much to me. I will never forget that.

I wrote this poem on the day I finished my last chemo for my second cancer alongside a recurrence of my first cancer too, and it sums a lot up.

The photographs are of the day I finished dose dense chemo treatment, just before I got hospitalised with sepsis and then double pneumonia, and a photo of me today . This is my poem:


Beyond the Shock...Tic Toc...Tic Toc.....

Diagnosis,

The worst already had occured, had it not?

How does this compare? Scenarios....then, now.

Process....I wait in queue, just one, just two.

Me....what will be?

Live in this moment,

But acknowledge there is no propensity in this disease

There are people...like you and like me.

Blonde, Dark, Auburn, Fair.

Hair?

Take it, I don't care

Some of us have been here before, and yet...

I clutch at straws, I feel stubborn and strong,

NO, cancer you cannot have control.

Unwanted, unwelcome...go... go...

Positive, Negative...take away your things and go

Yes?

No?

The Tsunami hits, my very core is rocked

I believe...in peace....I fight for it.

I have that right

Fight, fight, fight....

I will be my own first aid kit

I am not scared of death

I choose to live

I will not be consumed by 'IT'

The essence of my life will not be coloured by death

Breathe, breathe......

This is MY breath!

I choose life

Non negotiable fight

Unrecognisable in my Reflection

I have become,

But peace I have and smile I will

As the outcome is

I LIVE!

Ann Kenneally.

BH2 HM Fwinner

Resilience. Hope. Inspiration.

Ann Kenneally Dublin, Ireland.

I am a three time cancer survivor, and although my body has been through a lot and is still struggling with chronic pain, what Ive really learned through all of it is just how resilient we are as humans. There were certainly blessings along the way too, including the kindness of strangers. Someone I had never met in person but worked with my childrens father used to make me soup each day during the weeks of my chemo, and send it up to me. It was such a lovely thing to do, and meant so much to me. I will never forget that.

I wrote this poem on the day I finished my last chemo for my second cancer alongside a recurrence of my first cancer too, and it sums a lot up.

The photographs are of the day I finished dose dense chemo treatment, just before I got hospitalised with sepsis and then double pneumonia, and a photo of me today . This is my poem:


Beyond the Shock...Tic Toc...Tic Toc.....

Diagnosis,

The worst already had occured, had it not?

How does this compare? Scenarios....then, now.

Process....I wait in queue, just one, just two.

Me....what will be?

Live in this moment,

But acknowledge there is no propensity in this disease

There are people...like you and like me.

Blonde, Dark, Auburn, Fair.

Hair?

Take it, I don't care

Some of us have been here before, and yet...

I clutch at straws, I feel stubborn and strong,

NO, cancer you cannot have control.

Unwanted, unwelcome...go... go...

Positive, Negative...take away your things and go

Yes?

No?

The Tsunami hits, my very core is rocked

I believe...in peace....I fight for it.

I have that right

Fight, fight, fight....

I will be my own first aid kit

I am not scared of death

I choose to live

I will not be consumed by 'IT'

The essence of my life will not be coloured by death

Breathe, breathe......

This is MY breath!

I choose life

Non negotiable fight

Unrecognisable in my Reflection

I have become,

But peace I have and smile I will

As the outcome is

I LIVE!

Ann Kenneally.

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