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The Irish word for Oak is dair (pronounced darr in the Munster dialect), and it is one of the most sacred trees in Irish folklore. It is the 'Noble of the Wood' in early Irish Brehon Law and these beautifully simple celtic knot earrings definitely inspire a sense of quiet confidence, virtue and strength. This symbol represents the interwoven roots of the Oak, providing stability and vitality to the tree. Call in this revered energy of your ancestors by wearing these eternally weaving knots of inner strength and fortitude. The word 'Mór' means great, or large, in Gaelic and these earrings are the big sister to my smaller Dara Knot earrings - they are definitely more of a statement piece, hanging like bright shields glinting in the sunlight.



  • Sterling Silver Earwires or Gold Plated Surgical Steel Earwires
  • Antiqued Silver or Gold Plated Britannia pewter charms
  • Tasmanian made cotton drawstring jewellery bag
  • Recycled hand made paper thank you card with personal note and details of your chosen charity donation
  • Recycled and/or recylable and compostable packaging

Dara Mór Knot Earrings

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    • Keep away from moisture
    • Remove before entering water
    • Remove when sleeping
    • Remove when active
    • Allow perfumes and lotions to dry before wearing
    • Store in the cotton bag provided
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