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August Giveaway: Win a beautiful Claddagh Pave Set Ladies Ring

(Enter using giveaway box below)

The winner of the August giveaway is Kelli Green Porter. Congratulations, Kelli! You’ve won our Claddagh Pave Set Ladies Ring. We’ll contact you shortly with the details. Thanks to all those that took part in this month’s giveaway

. Keep checking back for next month’s giveaway starting very soon!

In a post last week, we pointed out one of the less-talked-about benefits of wearing a Claddagh ring: alternative to online dating (or other less-dignified strategies for catching a mate). Much more talked about is the importance of the Claddagh as both a symbol of Irish heritage and connection to loved ones.

This month’s giveaway is our Claddagh Pave Set Ladies Ring. In sterling silver is the signature hands-heart-crown feature with a cluster of CZ stones set in the heart. Inscribed inside the band—Love, Loyalty, Friendship—words that form the basis for our most important relationships and resonate, like many Irish-Celtic symbols, far beyond borders and heritage.

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We’ll be running this all month on our Facebook and blog. Here’s how to enter:

  • Like our Facebook page to get an instant 5 entries (mandatory)
  • Share the Giveaway on Facebook to get 4 entries
  • Tweet to earn 1 entry
  • Follow Shanore Jewelry on Pinterest and you’ll get 2 entries
  • Pin to earn 2 entries

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The giveaway will end on August 21st, and the winner will be announced a day or two after on our Facebook page and also on this blog post.

The best of luck!

 

145 thoughts on “August Giveaway: Win a beautiful Claddagh Pave Set Ladies Ring

  1. would love to win this as this has run in my family for generations even for wedding bands!. Its such a beautiful meaningful peace of jewellery

  2. I had a claddagh ring for years that I wore every single day and lost it recently. I have been looking for one to replace it, and this is the most beautiful claddagh ring I have every seen. I love the center and the words on the inner part of the ring.

    I completely agree with the blog post written last week by Corey. When I wore my old claddagh ring it wasn’t just a symbol of my love life, but also my Irish heritage that I am very proud of. On the same hand I have a ring with the Irish love knot which I also cherish. Without a claddagh ring, it just feels like I am missing a very important piece of jewelry. This is a gorgeous claddagh ring and I would be ecstatic if I happened to win this one!

    Keeping my fingers crossed!
    Tyff

  3. I would love to have this ring because I had one and wore it so much the crown broke off of it. I still have the ring though. I would love to replace my broken one.

  4. What a gorgeous ring, but what really strikes me is how it is inscribed on the inside with very meaningful words. I would love to win it, but whoever does will be very fortunate indeed.

  5. I would love to win this since all my roots are Irish and I will be heading there in the next few years and I would love to be able to have another claddagh ring since my last one got stolen that was from my family in Ireland. .

  6. I LOVE Claddagh jewellery — with a name like “Erin” & the telltale freckles every summer it’s not hard to see why! Pick me pleeeeaaaasssseeee!

  7. Diamonds are my birth right, ahem, I mean birthstone as I was born in the month of April. My first name is Celtic, it means the harvester! And my first ever Claddagh ring was actually a gift from my mom, making them even more meaningful and special to me!

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  8. This is such a beautiful piece and I would love to feel like I have a bit of Irishness with me. My family is part Irish and I’ve never been lucky enough to visit Ireland and this would just be such a lovely piece to own. Just gorgeous!

    Thank you!

  9. I love the claddagh ring.unfortunately iv forgotten my email ac password so my fiance let me use his email ac 🙂 i love this claddagh ring as i do all celtic jewelery my partner and i have been egaged 3 years and we are both decided on exchangeing caddaghs for our wedding rings its the symbol of our true love for eachother.i would love to win thia ring its a really beautiful ring and woul make a nice wedding ring. 🙂

  10. Wasn’t one of South Africa’s main industries gold mining? A Russian documentary on Israeli-S.A. relations focused in part on that, showing that on one hand, the miners were blacks working in tough conditions.

  11. I LOVE sterling silver and the Claddagh Pave Set Ladies Ring is beautiful! I LOVE the heart and the inscription inside the band – Love, Loyalty, Friendship – are words that are extremely important in all of our most precious relationships with family and friends! I hope to win and thank you for the giveaway..

  12. I absolutely love Irish jewelry. I can trace my heritage back to County Clare and have always loved to represent my family history with beautiful items like this one. I would absolutely adore winning this item and cherish it always.

  13. I would love to win because I think your jewelry is absolutely amazing. It has an amazing look and design. I would be honored to win and honored to win and show off your amazing product.

  14. I am Irish on my Mom’s side and truly enjoy celebrating that special part of my heritage especially now that she’s gone as a tribute to her memory!

  15. I’ve always loved the Claddagh. It’s symbolic of how love should be and is a promise to always cherish that special someone. I hope to win this ring as a reminder to myself that love is the most important thing we have. Money, careers, everything falls short of love… be it from family, friends, a spouse… That is what we need and should cling to no matter what.

  16. This ring is GORGEOUS!!! I am Irish through and through and love the claddagh! (So much I have it tattooed on my neck!) thanks or this opportunity!

  17. I dont really own much jewellry, well i have some dress jewellrey but nothing really fancy. I tend to wear rings on a permenant basis rather than rings i can chop and change so have to be careful that the quality is good or it will turn my finger green! Plus this ring is pretty 😀

  18. i love this ring, i had one similar from my mum years ago. but it was lost when i got divorced. so would bring back some fantastic memories it is gorgeous xx

  19. would love to own the ring it’s something I always wanted especially having the irish blood in me the one I owned was years ago and was lost after my move

  20. Every piece of jewelry I wear on a daily basis is Celtic and a Claddagh has been missing from my collection for years! I love all that the Claddaugh represents and would LOVE to to have this ring!

  21. because i absolutely adore your pieces , was given a pendant sent by an american friend no less which meant a great deal to me and now i have discovered Shanore who is right on my very doorstep all this time … and i want more LOL ♥

  22. My mother who was full blooded Irish taught me to love and respect my Irish heritage died when I was twelve years. I want to win this for her. I love and miss her. Liked and shared.

  23. Lovely. Classical. Romantic. ADORE the symbolism. My most beloved twin sister, Carla & I wanted to buy our Mom a ring with a Claddagh design. We wanted to each have one some day. Would be overjoyed, delighted to win this beauty!!! I am so very enamored with your on-line site!!! Thank you for this magical giveaway!!

  24. I have a claddagh I ALWAYS wear that I adore. Simple, silver, really all I can afford. I love the meaning behind the design and have shown my boyfriend the claddagh and told him that if he ever proposes I want that symbol on my hand. I try to live by all it stands for. I would love this ring because it is gorgeous and I would wear it constantly, replacing the cheap one I wear now.

  25. I’d love to win this because my best friend loves this type of jewelry and was even talking about getting one for a wedding ring! She is in love with this ring it’s beautiful! 🙂

  26. I had one when I first started dating my husband six and a half years ago and I lost it while living at my college dorms five years ago. I think my husband was more upset then I was but I do miss my ring.

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