With these hands, I give you my heart and crown it with my loyalty.
The Irish custom is to wear your Claddagh ring to signify your romantic status:
Are you in love? You should wear your Claddagh ring with the heart pointing towards your body.
If you are not yet fully committed, wear your ring with the heart pointing outward.
Are you married or engaged? Then wear it on the third finger of your left hand.
Still single? You should wear it on your right hand.
This uniquely Irish design combines three distinct elements:
Heart in the centre means Love (Grá)
Crown, that sits above all, means Loyalty (Dílseacht)
Hands, holding the heart, mean Friendship (Cairdeas)
The smooth silver circle of this Claddagh ring is certain to capture a viewer?s curiosity. Designed to sparkle fetchingly from a finger, this ring contains a personalized gemstone for the month of June. Two stylish CZ stones add a priceless detail to the hand?s cuffs. The slick silver of this piece brings a touch of the modern to the traditional Irish Claddagh symbol.
Founded in Tradition
The Claddagh was traditionally designed to be a ring, serving to represent the unending circle of a lasting relationship. This charm is circular in nature to maintain that eternal feeling. The three parts of the Claddagh are hands, crown, and heart. The hands represent friendship, the crown loyalty, and the heart love. Together, these three components symbolize the qualities necessary for lasting devotion.
A Modern Twist
The clean lines of this piece are perfectly suited to a woman whose style blends the traditional and the modern. Whether paired with a sharp business suit or a crisp modern dress, this Claddagh will add a perfect hint of Ireland to the everyday grind.?