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)
A brilliant take on the traditional Claddagh ring, this Ladies Yellow Gold Claddagh Ring features a beautiful 14k gold a setting in the Claddagh symbol of two hands embracing a heart surmounted by a crown. The vivid Emerald center heart is surrounded by sparkling diamonds on both the heart and the crown.
The Claddagh symbol is a beautiful reminder of the most essential qualities of a relationship, with each part of the symbol representing one characteristic. The heart stands for Love, the hands, friendship, and the crown designates loyalty. This three elements are necessary for a long and successful romance, and the Claddagh has served as a sign for such a partnership for hundreds of year.
The Ladies Yellow God Claddagh Ring, with the additional luxury of the emerald heart, is able to represent your relationship status. Traditionally, when worn on the right hand with the point of the heart facing away from the body, the wearer is single with an open heart. You may also choose to wear it facing inwards to reflect being ?taken? by someone special.