Butter Gold Irish Ring

These butter-gold Irish rings are smooth and comfortable. Éire is how you spell Ireland in Irish. These brass rings are easy to maintain and never lose their golden shine.

First, please measure your finger to determine the ring size. Sizes are not standard. They vary from country to country. To find your ring size measure the circumference of your finger with a slip of paper. Make sure the paper will slip over your knuckle without tearing. Then measure the length of that slip of paper in millimeters. Find your size using the following image.


If you are looking for a specific year, you can order this coin ring in these years:


Don’t see your year here? That means this coin was not minted that year, but other coins of golden sheen might have been. Contact us and let us know what year you are looking for. We can help you find your connection to history.

These coin rings are all custom-made, so no two are exactly alike. We can make matching sets or stacking rings with more than one date, and provide gift shipping. Please contact us at checkout in the “Add Message” box with the following information:

  1. The number of rings you need.
  2. The years you need.
  3. The sizes you need.
  4. Let us know if the rings are gifts.

Custom orders require time to craft and ship. We cannot provide same-day shipping on this item. We can ship the following day on most orders, and you can purchase faster shipping by contacting us. Please let us know if you need expedited shipping in the “Add Message” box during checkout.

For bulk orders provide us with a contact phone number. We will call you directly to finalize the details of your order.

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Fast and Free shipping through the United States Post Office.

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