The Claddagh is an ancient Gaelic symbol which is now a universal symbol of lasting love, eternal friendship, and loyalty. It was first designed around 400 years ago in a small village near Galway, Ireland. The Claddagh symbol shows a crown above two hands clasping a heart in the middle.
The Claddagh is often placed on wedding bands to represent holding a lover’s heart in one’s hands.
“With these hands I give you my heart and I crown it with my love.”
The crown symbolises loyalty.
The hands symbolise friendship.
The heart symbolises love.
About Connemara Marble
Connemara Marble is mined from deep under the Twelve Bens Mountains in the West of Ireland. In ancient times it was used for trading and barter. In the modern day Connemara Marble has become synonymous with quality Irish Jewellery.
It is famed for its beauty, its color and its resistence. As no two pieces of Connemara Marble are identical your piece of jewellery is totally unique.