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Medium Curled Crown Claddagh Ring in Sterling Silver or Antique Bronze

Medium Curled Crown Claddagh Ring in Sterling Silver or Antique Bronze

Regular price $90.00 CAD
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This is a pretty Claddagh ring I make in both .925 sterling silver & antique bronze, featuring a curled crown. The Claddagh Ring symbolizes love, loyalty, and friendship through its distinctive design. The heart represents love, the crown signifies loyalty, and the hands signify friendship. Wearing the Claddagh Ring carries a tradition of expressing one's relationship status and intentions, making it a powerful symbol of connection.

DETAILS:

  • Materials:  available in either .925 sterling silver, a mix of 92.5% fine silver and 7.5% copper, and antique bronze, a mix of 90% copper and 10% tin. Both are free of nickel, zinc or cadmium, which are common metal allergens, which can cause rashes and sores. For more info on bronze,  read the blog post or consult my FAQ
  • Ring Dimensions: 1cm wide, 1.5mm high with a band width of 2mm.
  • Shipping info: Shipping is with tracking and full insurance. For international buyers, please be aware of taxes and duties are payable to your country and must be paid by the buyer and is not collected by me. 
  • For any questions about my materials, processing time, and more, check out my FAQ for more info!

The Claddagh design and customs associated with it originated in the Irish fishing village of Claddagh, located just outside the old city walls of Galway, now part of Galway City. The ring, as currently known, was first produced in the 17th century.

In Ireland, the United States, and other places, the Claddagh is handed down mother-to-eldest daughter or grandmother-to-granddaughter. According to Irish author Colin Murphy, the way in which a Claddagh ring was worn with the intention of conveying the wearer's relationship status: On the right hand with the point of the heart toward the fingertips, the wearer is single and may be looking for love. (This is most commonly the case when a young woman has first received the ring from a relative, unless she is already engaged. On the right hand with the point of the heart toward the wrist, the wearer is in a relationship. (This suggests that the wearer's heart has been "captured".) On the left hand with the point of the heart toward the fingertips, the wearer is engaged. On the left hand with the point of the heart toward the wrist, the wearer is married.

The Claddagh Ring makes for a sentimental and cherished gift, perfect for expressing love, loyalty, and friendship. Gift this ring to a loved one to celebrate special occasions, milestones, or as a token of your enduring connection.

 

Customer Reviews

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Hazal C
Loved it! Exactly as seen in photo. Arrive...

Loved it! Exactly as seen in photo. Arrived in time.

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Hazal M
Loved it! Exactly as seen in photo. Arrive...

Loved it! Exactly as seen in photo. Arrived in time.

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Katie C
Turning my finger green. That's my own fau...

Turning my finger green. That's my own fault. I painted it with clear nail polish to avoid that continuing, but will probably purchase a different ring elsewhere to replace. I do enjoy the look of it, so will definitely keep to wear occasionally
UPDATE: contacted by store owner, explaining the green is detailed in the description. I did previously see this, which is why I said it was my own fault. Appreciated her reaching out, will definitely consider buying from this store again.

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Laura S
Ring came quickly & looked just as beautif...

Ring came quickly & looked just as beautiful as the pictures! I was very impressed and will definitely order from this shop again in the future:)

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Sherry P
Quick communication and was so great! Work...

Quick communication and was so great! Workedwith me when I ordered the wrong size! I recommend this seller!

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