Bangor Bell Necklace
Our Bangor bell is only approx 1.5cm tall by 0.7cm wide and can be ordered on different lengths of chain.
This Bangor Bell Sterling Silver Necklace is inspired by the original Bangor Bell which was supposedly found by grave diggers at Bangor Abbey in 1780.
One idea is that the bell had been hidden at the time of the Viking attacks. Once found it remained in private hands for around 150 years but now can be seen in the North Down Museum in Bangor Northern Ireland.
We are also really excited that our little Bangor Bell jewellery can be viewed alongside the original Bangor Bell in the museum gift shop :))
The whole experience was amazing from start to finish. Ruth was so friendly and accommodating making us feel as if we were her lifelong friends. We loved making our rings (with lots of Ruth’s help of course) and we felt so proud of ourselves. Ruth and Steve welcomed us into their beautiful home and garden and provided us with a delicious array of food and drinks in their outdoor igloo. Overall it was a relaxing, creative and bonding experience which we would highly recommend.
Kerry and her Mum
If you're looking for that unique treat or experience,then a jewellery making workshop with Ruth at NI Silver is a must! I had such a fun time not only watching Ruth demonstrate her skill, but then making my own bespoke silver ring and of course enjoying Steve's great hospitality. What a perfect day! Thank you.
My husband and I were gifted a workshop experience and we weren't too sure what to expect, but Ruth at NI Silver made the morning an absolute pleasure. She was knowledgeable and funny, chatting away whilst showing us the steps we needed to do, and then stepping back to let us have a good go! We all had a great time and I would 100% recommend the workshop experience to anyone - I'll definitely be back some time for another go!