Welcome to our curated selection of Claddagh rings. The Irish Claddagh ring is a fine accompaniment to your Celtic jewelry collection. Each of our Claddagh rings are handmade in Ireland. They are then stamped with a hallmark stamp in the Assay Office in Dublin castle. This exclusive stamp authenticates all our Celtic jewelry as Irish made jewelry. It also guarantees the purity of the metal used in the handcrafting.

The Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish symbol of love. First developed by jewellers in the fishing village of the Claddagh in Galway, the design has become very popular with wearers worldwide. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love and the crown represents loyalty.

More Information On Our Claddagh Rings

Our Claddagh rings are available in gold, yellow gold, and sterling silver. The rings come in both 10k gold or 14k gold or in two tone gold and sterling silver. We are excited to introduce this new selection of Celtic jewelry to you. We also have mens Claddagh ring.

Frequently Asked Questions

A Claddagh Ring is a traditional Irish ring with two hands holding a heart, topped with a crown. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love, and the crown represents loyalty. The Claddagh Ring is a symbol of love, friendship, and loyalty.

The traditional Claddagh Ring designs feature a heart held by two hands with a crown on top. However, variations in the design, such as different gemstones or the hands holding a different object, may represent specific meanings or occasions.

Yes, anyone can wear a Claddagh Ring regardless of their cultural background. It is a symbol of love, friendship, and loyalty that is universally recognized.

If you are single, wear it with the heart facing outward on your right hand. If you are in a relationship, wear it on your right hand with the heart facing inward. If you are engaged or married, wear it on your left hand with the heart facing inward.

Claddagh Rings are typically given as gifts for weddings, engagements, anniversaries, birthdays, or as a symbol of friendship. It is also a popular gift for people with Irish heritage to honor their cultural roots.

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