The Trinity Knot detail adds extra special charm to this keepsake. The Trinity Knot a three-pointed figure crafted from singular, unbroken line to represent an unbreakable bond. Each point in the figure can also be assigned to represent its own related, but individual idea. Traditionally the three points are to represent The Holy Spirit, and modernly, they signal past, present and future.
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)