The Significance of the Claddagh
Centuries ago the Romans would wear fede rings or faith rings to announce their fidelity to another person. These rings were identified by the design of two clasped hands. The hands of the Claddagh symbol salute this meaning by representing friendship. A heart adds the concept of love and a crown on top of the heart touts loyalty. The Claddagh ring serves as Ireland’s traditional wedding ring and in other places across the world indicates an individuals relationship status. When one wears the bottom of the heart pointed inward he or she has found someone to love. When one wears the bottom of the heart pointed outward he or she is searching for a partner.
A Heart of Promise
This pendant will rest close to the heart of the person who wears it. A woman in touch with her Irish roots and secure in her devotion to her family and friends cannot help but make the Claddagh symbol a centerpiece of her attire. Sparkling and sophisticated this pendant will heighten the fresh uncomplicated look of an Oxford shirt and jeans or complement a more formal piece from a nightlife wardrobe. The green of the CZ emerald the stone of the goddess of love Venus blazes with the owners naturally faithful and hopeful disposition. It also most likely celebrates her birth month of May in which new beginnings come to light.