Show Mom how much she means to you with this stunning pendant, hand-crafted in Ireland!
This unique Sterling silver Claddagh pendant carries so much love and meaning -- every mother deserves one!
There is nothing more sacred to the Celtic concept of family than a mother’s love. Mothers are the cornerstone of the hearth; the compass by which everyone in the family steers. It is her boundless love and subtle wisdom that inspires us to be our best.
One Design - Layers of Meaning...
+ The Arms of the Claddagh form an unbroken circle, encrusted with sparkling Swarovski® gems.
+ The Heart of the Claddagh is Mom’s birthstone.
+ Within the Claddagh arms, suspended from miniature hearts, are birthstones for each child of the family!
The effect is stunning and powerful. A gift she will truely cherish, and a great "group gift" you and your siblings can give together!
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- Lovely Chris
Price Value QualityBought this for my wife. She absolutely loves it! So many compliments from friends and coworkers. Definitely would recommend it. Nice quality. Simply stunning. (Posted on 2/22/2020)
- Excellent Bids
Value Quality PriceGot the necklace as a Mother’s Day gift for my better half. She loves it, the kids love it. Beautiful piece of jewelry.
Thank you (Posted on 5/20/2019)
- Happy with the Birthstone Necklace Tom
Price Value QualityVery attractive necklace at a nice price. Purchased for Mother's Day gift and it's not quite that day yet so I don't know the reaction yet, but I'm hoping she will love it. (Posted on 5/9/2019)
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Product SpecsWEIGHT: 6.6 gramsWIDTH: 21mmHEIGHT: 24mmMAIN STONE: Swarovski White CrystalsMAIN STONE DIMENSIONS: 1.25mmMAIN STONE SHAPE: Round
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History of the Irish Claddagh…
The Claddagh, with hands representing friendship, a heart to stand for love, and a crown signifying loyalty, denotes the essential components of a good relationship. The most widely accepted origin story for the symbol is that of Richard Joyce. Richard was captured at sea by Moorish pirates and, while held as a slave, crafted the ring for his one true love back home. Upon his eventual release, he bestowed the ring as a gift to his love, and the two were married.