- Discover the timeless love story behind the Claddagh ring, a symbol of loyalty, friendship, and love originating from 17th-century Ireland. A tale of a fisherman's devotion to his sweetheart, crafted while in slavery, reunited upon release.
- Nov 07 2020Popular consensus would say that 2020 has been a difficult year for the entire wedding industry. From postponed ceremonies to all together canceled wedding celebrations all over the world. It has been a year that has brought about many forced changes especially to the bridal industry and to the modern bride's event planning.
- Nov 01 2020
An Irish promise ring or poesy ring is given to symbolize love, faith and commitment. A promise ring is usually worn on the ring finger of the left hand. This Irish promise ring or "poesy ring" is truly a tribute to the expressive and passionate Irish spirit. So pledge your love the Irish way with a promise ring!
- Have you ever seen an authentic Claddagh Ring? Chances are if you are Irish or you have taken a trip to Ireland you have seen this beautiful and unique piece of Irish jewelry.
- Jul 15 2015Our Edwardian Claddagh Ring in vintage style glimmers in diamonds and delicate migraine work creating heirloom appeal. This beautiful Edwardian Claddagh ring is a symbol of friendship, love and loyalty. This beautiful claddagh ring can be worn as a promise ring or
- Jan 14 2015
The Irish Claddagh pronounced [klah-duh] is called a fáinne Chladaigh in Irish. The traditional Irish Claddagh ring is a symbol of friendship, love and loyalty. The hands of the claddagh ring stand for friendship. The heart of the claddagh ring stands for love and the crown is a symbol of loyalty. The Claddagh has actually been wornÂ since Roman times! The beautiful meaning of the c
- Mar 01 2014The Claddagh ring design and tradition began in the small Irish fishing village of Claddagh, Ireland. Claddagh is situated just outside the old city walls of Galway, now part of Galway City. It is said that the Claddagh ring was first produced in the 17th century.
- Feb 15 2014
To wear a Claddagh ring on the right hand with the crown turned inwards indicates that the wearer is single.
To wear a Claddagh ring on the right hand with the crown turned outward symbolizes that the wearer is being courted.
To wear a Claddagh ring on the left hand with the crown turned inwards indicates a romantic engagement.
To wear a Claddagh ring on the left hand