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Claddagh Wedding Rings made in Ireland

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Claddagh Wedding Bands

 

Claddagh Wedding Ring

Claddagh Wedding Ring

Diamond Claddagh Ring

 Claddagh Signature
Starting at $359

Claddagh
Starting at $110

Diamond Claddagh
Starting at $912

Claddagh Wedding Ring i

Claddagh Wedding Ring in White Gold

Diamond Claddagh Diamond Wedding Ring White Gold

Claddagh Signature
Starting at $359

Claddagh
Starting at $110

Diamond Claddagh
Starting at $912

Celtic Claddagh Wedding Ring

Celtic Claddagh Wedding Ring with Trim

Claddagh Wedding Ring with Trim

Celtic Claddagh
Starting at $75

Celtic Claddagh
Starting at $937

Claddagh
Starting at $1230

Celtic Claddagh Wedding Ring White Gold

Celtic Claddagh Wedding Ring with Trim

Claddagh Wedding Ring with Trim

Celtic Claddagh
Starting at $83

Celtic Claddagh
Starting at $241

Claddagh
Starting at $276

Claddagh with Ogham Rail Edge
Starting at $209.00

Mo Anam Cara Wedding Ring

Claddagh Wedding Ring

Soulmate Claddagh Wedding Band

Mo Anam Cara
Starting at $110

Love, Loyalty, Friend
Starting at $110

Mo Anam Cara
Starting at $795

Mo Anam Cara Wedding Ring White Gold

Gaelic Claddagh Wedding Ring White Gold

Soulmate Claddagh Wedding Band

Mo Anam Cara
Starting at $110

Love, Loyalty, Friend
Starting at $110

Mo Anam Cara
Starting at $795

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The Wearing of the Claddagh

When the Claddagh is  worn on the right hand, with crown and heart facing out, it signifies the wearer's heart is not yet won. When in love, the Claddagh is worn on the left hand and the heart and crown face inwards. The crown and heart facing inwards declare to all that you've found the love of your life and you shall spend your life together. What better expression of love, marriage is there?

The Claddagh is worn all over the world, some  by people with .Irish roots and others who  wear it simply the symbolism it embodies and a genuine liking of the design itself. 

We are excited to help you, as you look for a ring that expresses your feelings...timelessly! 

The Claddagh Story

In the early 17th century an Irish man, Richard Joyce, was fishing off the cost of Galway a week before his wedding when his boat capsized.  Richard was captured by Mediterranean pirates and sold into slavery to a Moorish goldsmith. 
 

After many years, Richard escaped and returned home to Ireland to find that the girl he loved had never married.  Richard made a unique ring for this love.  The ring consists of three symbols: the hands signifying friendship, holding a heart signifying love, topped with a crown for loyalty.  

Richard and his love married and lived in the village of Claddagh.  Though the village no longer exists, the Claddagh ring remains as a sign of love, loyalty and friendship.