The Tale of the Claddagh and the Plot of the Knot
The Claddagh symbol which Irish legend claims dates back to the 17th century recognizes the affection between two individuals the hands represent friendship the heart love and the crown faithfulness. Worn with the bottom of the heart pointed outward the ring signals that the wearer is searching for a relationship. Worn with the bottom of the ring pointed toward the wearers heart the ring sends the message that the wearer has already found love. The Trinity knot finds its roots in Irelands religious history. Typically the three corners of the knot epitomize the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit of the Christian Trinity three individual forces that intertwine to form an even greater power. Today the three corners may embody any threefold meaning important to the person who dons the designfor example Maiden Mother and Crone life death and rebirth or earth air and water.
The Allure of Long Ago
The lady whose beloved gives her this ring as a promise of his betrothal feels like a queen. The romance of distant lands and of eras ruled by chivalry entices her. She adores the painstaking detail and hidden treasures in the band as well as the most recognizable icons of Ireland hugging her finger at all times. This bride shares a tender admiration for this country with her significant other. Upon visiting this couples home friends and family will notice tributes to a rich Irish heritage decorating walls and shelves and will feel welcomed by a cheery warmth.Additional Charges may apply for Stones over 1ct to cover customization costs. Please contact us for pricing.