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  • Constance tag bangle
  • Constance tag bangle
  • Constance tag bangle
  • Constance tag bangle

Constance tag bangle

ID: 1003729
US$89.65 US$74.70

The Constance Tag Bangle is part of the Constance series in the Terrible Beauty 1916 jewelry collection that is inspired by the people and events of The 1916 Rising, an event that changed the course of Ireland’s History. When designing the Constance series, jewelry designer Maria Parsons was remembering in particular the women, men and children of The Rising. She says: ‘The abstract ‘head’ motif used within the series symbolises the people and the heroic stories at the heart of the 1916 Rising.’ This series is named after Constance, a key woman in the 1916 Rising. Wear Your History.

Materials: Available in Sterling Silver, 18ct Rose Gold plate and 18ct Yellow Gold plate finish on Sterling Silver.

Size: one size (expandable)

Charm Size: 10mm x 13mm

Inspired by Constance Markievicz, who famously urged the female volunteers to leave their ball-gowns at home & take up the good fight for Ireland & for women. This collection reflects this sentiment; no-frills, armoury-Inspired pieces for the discerning woman of the Twenty-First century.

Free Global Delivery

Goods ordered through this website will be delivered to most countries. However we may not be able to deliver to all countries. Deliveries will be made normal business hours, Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays. Orders will be delivered within approximately 14 working days. We do not deliver goods to P.O. Boxes. If you wish to change the Delivery Address after the order is placed, please contact onlinesales@shannonirishdesignstore.com

It is our goal to deliver within the above mentioned times, however, delivery dates are not guaranteed as shipments are handled by third parties. Order cut-off times are provided as a guideline only and do not take into account possible delays caused by payment authorisation.


You can return items within 28 Days for a Full refund. Returns are easy, please contact onlinesales@shannonirishdesignstore.com


Caring for your Jewelery

Jewelry is one of our most intimate & cherished accessories. Understanding how to care for and protect your treasured jewelry can make a world of difference in maintaining its beauty and keeping your heirlooms sparkling for generations to come.


Be careful with light and heat

Just as the sun’s harmful rays can damage our skin, light and heat can affect a colored gemstone’s durability and color. Excessive heat and sudden temperature changes may also fracture some gems. Heat can easily remove the natural moisture these gems need to keep their beauty.


Keep your jewelry away from chemicals

Exposure to chemicals can damage or discolor precious metals – gold, silver and platinum – and may harm some colored gems. Even everyday substances like hairspray, lotion, perfume or other cosmetics can contain chemicals that will permanently damage the surface of your pearls and other delicate or porous gems (like turquoise). Fine jewelry should be removed before diving into a chlorinated swimming pool or before using household cleaners. Many of these cleaners contain ammonia, which can be too harsh for delicate gems or vintage jewelry. Chlorine bleach, another common household solvent, can pit or damage gold alloys.


The safest cleaning methods are also the easiest

Most colored gems can be cleaned with warm water, mild dish soap (no detergents) and a soft brush. Be sure to rinse your jewelry in a glass of water to remove cleaning solutions since you risk losing loose stones – or even an entire piece of jewelry - if you rinse directly in the sink.

Soft gems, such as pearls, on the other hand, can easily scratch. Use a new, clean makeup brush and warm, soapy water to softly clean them. Lay a strand of pearls on a towel to dry. The wet silk thread can stretch − and attract dirt − so don’t touch your strand until it is completely dry.


Safely store your jewelry

Proper jewelry storage is often overlooked. Jewelry should never be tossed into a drawer or on top of a dresser − that’s asking for scratches and damaged gems.

Most jewelry pieces come in a box or pouch from the store, which is a perfect place to keep them. Sterling silver, for example, should be kept in an anti-tarnish bag or cloth. Jewelry boxes that feature individually padded slots for rings and posts for hanging necklaces and bracelets are also ideal.

Pearls and opals draw moisture from the air, so storing your opal or pearl jewelry in a dry area, such as a safe deposit box, can sometimes do more harm than good.

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