The Irish Claddagh symbol (pronounced KLAHD-duh) is given as a token of friendship (represented by the hands), love (denoted by the heart) and marriage and loyalty (signified by the crown). Its roots are in the 17th century when, legend has it, the design was created by a man from the town of Claddagh, who was kidnapped into slavery. He returned to present a ring with this romantic symbol on to his true love. This charm, steeped in Irish history, is available in 14k white gold with the natural gemstone of your choice.
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