Claddagh wedding rings 14 carat gold

Item number: S2305+9

  • Heart with crown held by two hands and celtic pattern, the classic friendship symbol of the Irish
  • first produced as a wedding ring in the 16th century
  • today popular sign of friendship and love
  • Material: 14 carat gold 
  • These rings are made to order especially for you
  • Delivered in high-quality gift boxes

Category: Celtic Wedding Rings

Manufacturers: Solvar
Ladies ring size
Men ring size

1.475,00 €

including 19% VAT. , no shipping costs (Standard)

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Shipping time: 8 - 10 workdays

Beautiful Claddagh wedding rings in 14 carat gold, the classic symbol of love, loyalty and friendship from Ireland.
The Claddagh ring is probably one of the most romantic export hits from Ireland.

Meaning of the Claddagh symbol

Exciting stories and legends entwine themselves around the famous ring from Ireland. It is a symbol of eternal love, friendship and loyalty. Thereby the heart symbolizes love, the crown the fidelity and the hands the friendship. In Ireland this special ring is worn as a marriage, friendship and engagement ring.

How is the Claddagh ring worn?

  • The way the ring is worn shows the wearer's marital status, and it is important to know on which hand and in which direction the ring is worn.
  • If the Claddagh ring is placed on the left hand and the heart is pointing in the direction of the wearer, the heart has already been taken and has arrived safely at the marital home.
  • If you are engaged you wear the ring on your right hand with the heart facing the wearer.
  • If you are looking for the right person and are single, wear the ring on the right hand but with the heart pointing upwards.

In the past and partly still today the Claddagh ring is traditionally given from mother to daughter.

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