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This is a ring I designed some time ago and just pulled the mold out to make some new castings. I wanted a band to incorporate the classic symbol but not in the way it usually is done. I also put the Claddagh on the ring 3 times (like the 3 pointed triquetra) so it is always visible. It is 5.5 mm wide making for a very comfortable ban for man or woman. It weighs 6.8 grams in a size 11 but sizing is not a major issue simply contact me and i will quote a price. Tell me if you want and antique or high polish finish.

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Included in your purchase price is a felt bag

I use the Lost Wax Method of casting so no two pieces are exactly alike. I hand finish all my pieces. My castings are available in ALL precious metals from recycled silver to platinum. I can add stones if you like in most cases just convo me and I will quote a price and delivery time. I have a wide variety of designs as I never know what will influence me from a walk in the woods to one in the city.

Claddagh Ring Meaning
This Irish syymbol "The Claddagh” is one of Ireland’s best known symbols. Its most commonly used in jewlery and particularly rings. Rings are considered unisex and are worn by males or females. The consistent and highly recognizable design features two hands clasping a heart, and usually surmounted by a crown. The individual components are often said to correspond to the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty (the crown).
There is further symbolism based on the direction of the heart when the Claddagh ring is worn.

Traditionally, if the ring is on the right hand with the heart facing outward and away from the body, this indicates that the person wearing the ring is not in any serious relationship, and may in fact be single and looking for a relationship: "their heart is open." but with the heart facing inward toward the body, this indicates the person wearing the ring is in a relationship, or that "someone has captured their heart".

A Claddagh worn on the left hand ring finger facing outward away from the body generally indicates that the wearer is engaged, and facing inward toward the body, it generally means that the person wearing the ring is married

3 CLADDAGH Irish Symbol KAM Designed copyrighted custom ring in Sterling SIlver

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