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Do shaol, do thuras bracelet

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).

Do shaol, do thuras bracelet

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).

Do shaol, do thuras bracelet

Do shaol, do thuras • Your life, your journey

Company for the journey. An inspiring bracelet in silver and solid gold.

Adjustable extension chain
1 year guarantee
Crafted from recycled metals
Free standard delivery over €120 within Ireland
Description & Details

We all need comfort and strength as we follow our path. Whichever direction we choose there are sometimes hidden bumps along the way. The message this bracelet carries is one of reassurance and resilience. Inscribed with the Irish words Do shaol, do thuras meaning Your life, your journey. The gently irregular shape of the solid gold oval is a reminder that our organic state of being is beautiful. We're okay, just as we are. The combination of gold and silver give a pleasing contrast against the skin. Adjustable to fit most wrist sizes.

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.

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A source of strength and comfort

Katie O'Donoghue

I am a researcher working with patients who have a diagnosis of cancer, exploring their connections to objects. In the recent exhibition I curated 'Objects of meaning and importance' patient's shared their special objects and so did I, as the researcher Researcher art statement. 

During my PhD I attended a workshop in which we were asked to use an object to describe ourselves as a researcher. This first-hand experience enhanced my awareness of how personal objects can enrich emotional depth when being used to convey a story… First of all, I am very grateful to all those who have shared their objects, experiences and stories with me. I feel very privileged to have met every individual and to have had the opportunity to get to know them throughout the process. I feel that it is important that I, in some way, acknowledge this by means of reciprocity. Sharing my own personal object of importance, which conveys aspects of my own experience and identity. 

The object I have chosen to share is a necklace, created by an Irish jeweller, enibas, with the inscription ‘ Do shaol ... do thuras’ ,meaning ‘Your life, your journey’. It was given to me as a leaving gift by a lady who I worked with for over 10 years. She had given the same style necklace to her own daughter who too was moving to London at the time. The necklace for me symbolises a link to my Irish roots, friends and my family. It has acted as a source of strength and comfort during difficult times. The asymmetric shape reminding me of life’s irregularities, an assurance that I can endure the twists and turns of life. I have layered the pendant with an image of the seaside, near my home, reinforcing my connection to home & nature.

1 Katie O Donoghue d

A source of strength and comfort

Katie O'Donoghue

I am a researcher working with patients who have a diagnosis of cancer, exploring their connections to objects. In the recent exhibition I curated 'Objects of meaning and importance' patient's shared their special objects and so did I, as the researcher Researcher art statement. 

During my PhD I attended a workshop in which we were asked to use an object to describe ourselves as a researcher. This first-hand experience enhanced my awareness of how personal objects can enrich emotional depth when being used to convey a story… First of all, I am very grateful to all those who have shared their objects, experiences and stories with me. I feel very privileged to have met every individual and to have had the opportunity to get to know them throughout the process. I feel that it is important that I, in some way, acknowledge this by means of reciprocity. Sharing my own personal object of importance, which conveys aspects of my own experience and identity. 

The object I have chosen to share is a necklace, created by an Irish jeweller, enibas, with the inscription ‘ Do shaol ... do thuras’ ,meaning ‘Your life, your journey’. It was given to me as a leaving gift by a lady who I worked with for over 10 years. She had given the same style necklace to her own daughter who too was moving to London at the time. The necklace for me symbolises a link to my Irish roots, friends and my family. It has acted as a source of strength and comfort during difficult times. The asymmetric shape reminding me of life’s irregularities, an assurance that I can endure the twists and turns of life. I have layered the pendant with an image of the seaside, near my home, reinforcing my connection to home & nature.

Muinteartha: an Irish word for belonging or kinship

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