The October giveaway is complete. The winner of this months giveaway is Tammy Cox. Congratulations, Tammy! Thanks to all those that took part. We’re already looking forward to next months giveaway!
We have wonderful news for the month of October!
We will be giving away one Silver Claddagh Twist Rope Design ring to one lucky Shanore fan! This beautiful ring incorporates the traditional symbol of the Celtic claddagh and mixes it with retro inspiration.
Our claddagh instills with it’s perfect symbology of friendship, love, and loyalty with representations of a crown, hands and a heart. Inside the shiny sterling band are those three key words which make the claddagh such a powerful emblem. The key and unique feature of this ring is the twist rope design that wraps around the base of the posterior band giving this ring a modern feel.
We’ll be running this competition in October on our Facebook page and blog. We also have a brand new entry method which offers the most points than we have ever offered in our past giveaways! By completing our short survey below and telling us your five favorite Irish things, you will earn 10 points towards our giveaway! We will also follow up with those of you who give us your feedback with the results of our survey in a few weeks. Here’s how to enter:
- +5 entries if you “like” ShanoreCelticJewelry on Facebook
- +2 entries if you comment on our Facebook post
- +2 entries if you Tweet about the giveaway
- +1 entry if you pin an image of the giveaway on Pinterest
- +2 entries if you follow ShanOre on Pinterest
- +3 entries if you leave a comment in this blog post
- +10 entries for completing our brief survey below
This giveaway runs from October 1st to the 16th and the winner will be announced a day or two afterwards on our Facebook page and also on this blog post.
The best of luck from Shanore!
Would love to win this ring! I have a gold one that was my grandmother’s but I’ve always wanted a silver one of my own.
Another beautiful prize
Wold love to win as it reminds me of the one I received from my hubby amost 20 years ago but not unforunatly does not fit. This would make a fab substitute
I would LOVE to win this ring! I love the simple design and have been missing having a claddagh to wear since mine broke over a year ago. Fingers are crossed!
I have a gold claddagh ring and would love to win this to have a silver one too.
i love it and would love to win. ty for opportunity
I could not enter fast enough! Thank you for the chance! I am a lover of all things Irish….If you have Love, Loyalty and Friendship you don’t need anything else do you? Except maybe this gorgeous ring!!
to give it to my gal, she’d love it.
I’d love to win this ring to give to my daughter.
The claddagh is a symbol that have always had special meaning in my family. I would love to pass this beautiful ring down to my daughter on her wedding day.
so would love to win for my granddaughter!
It is so pretty and delicate!
would love to win this!
Would love to win this for my Daughter Kaitlyn, she would love it.
I love the twisted band.
I do have one that I bought years ago – it was my first online purchase. But, this one would truly be treasured. It is beautiful!
I’d love to have such a pretty new Claddagh ring.
I am Irish and ive been married to my husband for 10 years on Oct 11, it would be the perfect symbol of our everlasting love
I would love to win this ring. Ive always wanted a claddah ring but never got one. Cant afford to buy it for myself and I dont have anyone that would buy it for me, unfortunately. Ive always loved the claddah. ty for opportunity
I love claddagh. I have a claddagh tattoo, a mothers celtic knot tattoo and a trinity knot tatto.
I was given a Claddagh ring as a girl, I would love to own another as an adult
This ring is beautiful! My Grandmother bought me a claddagh ring for my birthday when I was in middle school but it was stolen about a year ago. It wouldn’t be the same as the one my Grandmother gave me but it would be nice to have one again.Thank you for the chance!
it is an absolutely gorgeous ring and i love what it symbolises