The Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish symbol of friendship, love, and loyalty. Culturally, the hands represent friendship, the crown stands for loyalty and the heart is for love. The custom of giving these rings as a gift started during the 17th century in a village name Claddagh (now part of Galway city). Although this customary gifting began in Ireland, the joined hands design has been around since the Roman empire. These "fede rings" or "faith rings" are a gesture of union and keeping vows. The Fede rings are commonly shown as two hands coming together.
Claddagh jewelry is popular not only in Ireland but also around the world as a symbol of heritage, culture, and love. It is often worn as a symbol of one's heritage, and it is also used as a symbol of love or friendship, especially when given as a gift.
We carry high-quality Sterling silver Fede rings as well as silver Claddagh rings. If you are looking for a good gift to show someone how much they mean to you, these rings are the perfect solution. Tell them what each part of the ring means and what it means to you. They will love that you thought of their love, friendship, and loyalty.
There are many different styles and designs available for Claddagh jewelry, including rings, pendants, earrings, and bracelets. Some popular options include traditional designs that feature intricate details and craftsmanship, as well as more modern designs that incorporate other materials like diamonds or colored stones.