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Birthstone Claddagh Necklace on 20" (SP91)


Custom: 7 to 10 Days

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    For Her Special Day, a Unique Token of Love

    Our latest Sterling silver Claddagh design, hand-made in Ireland by a family-owned workshop, carries personal meaning and love. The Arms of the Claddagh form an unbroken circle, encrusted with sparkling Swarovski® gems. The Heart of the Claddagh is a sparkling birthstone. Whether you give it to her on Mother's day, her Birthday, or any day ... this elegant piece is a gift she will truly cherish! 



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The Lore of the First Claddagh Ring…

The Irish Claddagh is the world's most famous symbol of love and loyalty. The hands represent friendship, the heart love, and the crown loyalty.

Accorinding to tradition, an Irishman named Richard Joyce was captured at sea by Moorish pirates. While held as a slave, he worked as a metal smith and jeweler. He used his skill to craft the first-ever Claddagh ring as a gift he would eventaully bestow on his one true love back home. Upon his eventual release, he returned to Ireland and wed the girl he loved. They set up shop in the vilage of Claddagh and Richard built a thriving jewelry business.