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You can still choose that perfect gift or treatm even during lockdown!
Sometimes thinking of ladies gift ideas can be tricky. Carrs Silver have some really unique ideas like this sterling silver hallmarked heart shaped key ring. It can also be personalised with some beautiful hand engraving.
If you haven’t seen anything that’s caught your eye on our website why not call into our jewellery store on Winthrop Street, Cork City. We have a huge range of other gifts that may not have made it to our website just yet.
Nothing takes care of your most special pictures like a sterling silver hallmarked photo frame. This is a beautiful antique style frame by Carrs Silver with lovely floral repoussé decoration around the edges. The fact that it takes two photos allows you to remember more moments from your special occasion or even can be a great gift idea for a Christening present for twins.
We have a huge range of sterling silver frames in all sizes in our jewellery store on Winthrop Street, Cork.
Quite a unique ladies gift idea from Carrs Silver. A comb which is set into a sterling silver hallmarked collar. This is for the lady who has everything and can be personalised with engraving to make it extra special.
We have lots of other ladies gift ideas that may not be online, but can be seen at our jewellery store at 8 Winthrop Street, Cork.
A sterling silver triple photo frame with a Victorian-style floral-edging and three oval shaped frames. Made by Carrs Silver, Sheffield. This frame is suitable for engraving.
A sterling silver wine coaster with a mahogany base and a silver disc centre. The coaster has large hallmarks on the side as a feature of the design. It is available in regular wine bottle size or in a larger size suitable for large wine or champagne bottles. Made by Carrs Silver, Sheffield.
A sterling silver portrait orientated photo frame with a curved section at the top and repoussé ribbon decoration. Made by Carrs Silver, Sheffield.
*Sold*-A pair of beautiful antique plain design mustard spoons from the George III period in a plain design. Made in London, 1814.