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14K or 18K Yellow Gold Celtic Ring

    Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, "An Cladch" which means "flat stony shore." It was the ...

    Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, "An Cladch" which means "flat stony shore." It was the name of the village on the coast of Ireland where the claddagh design originated. The 'gh' ending is added for phonetic English speakers to create the guttural, phlegmy sound that doesn't have a character in our language. The Claddagh ring belongs to a group of European finger rings called "fede rings". The name "fede" derives from the Italian phrase mani in fede ("hands [joined] in faith" or "han...

$599.99 $1,099.99 (90 variants)

14K or 18K Rose Gold Celtic Ring

  Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, "An Cladch" which means "flat stony shore." It was the na...

  Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, "An Cladch" which means "flat stony shore." It was the name of the village on the coast of Ireland where the claddagh design originated. The 'gh' ending is added for phonetic English speakers to create the guttural, phlegmy sound that doesn't have a character in our language. The Claddagh ring belongs to a group of European finger rings called "fede rings". The name "fede" derives from the Italian phrase mani in fede ("hands [joined] in faith" or "hands...

$599.99 $1,099.99 (90 variants)

14K or 18K White Gold Celtic Ring

  Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, "An Cladch" which means "flat stony shore." It was the na...

  Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, "An Cladch" which means "flat stony shore." It was the name of the village on the coast of Ireland where the claddagh design originated. The 'gh' ending is added for phonetic English speakers to create the guttural, phlegmy sound that doesn't have a character in our language. The Claddagh ring belongs to a group of European finger rings called "fede rings". The name "fede" derives from the Italian phrase mani in fede ("hands [joined] in faith" or "hands...

$599.99 $1,099.99 (90 variants)