The Irish (Éire) Shilling Coin Ring
The Irish (Éire) Shilling coin was minted in 75% silver for four years from 1939 - 1942.
On the outer band of this coin ring we see the tips of the Irish harp based on the Brian Boru harp housed in the long room in Trinity College, Dublin. The main feature on the band is the Irish word for shilling: scilling. If you look closely you can see the initials PM after scilling which stands for Percy Metcalfe - the designer of this coin.
On the inner band we have the year the coin was minted and "éire". We create a patina on The Irish Shilling Coin Ring which makes the details stand out beautifully. This ring is made from one of the smaller coins we use and has a band width of approx 6 mm.
By default the ring is made with the scilling side out but if you would prefer the year side out please let us know. The ring pictured is a 1940 but the year you receive will be random unless you specify in the "notes or instructions" box at checkout.
Don't know your ring size? Order a Celtic Coin Craft Ring Sizer.
Important Information About Your Order
- While the coin this ring is made from is mostly silver, it also contains copper which can cause a harmless, washable mark on your finger.
- Please consider your ring size carefully before placing your order. Visit our FAQ page for help on ring sizing or order a Celtic Coin Craft Ring Sizer. In the event you choose the incorrect size, we offer a Free Ring Resizing service (you only pay postage).
- Once ordered, your ring will be custom-made for you. Your ring can take 5-10 working days to produce and will be sent in a neat ring gift box.
- Shipping is €2.50 within Ireland or €3.50 to anywhere in the world.
- Questions? Contact Us