Ladies Claddagh Ring Puffed Sterling Silver Thick Band Sizes 4-10
- Beautiful puffed & extra heavy styling on a traditional Claddagh design!
- Ring is approximately 3/8" wide and made in Ireland.
- Sterling silver Irish ring - .925 purity.
- Claddagh stands for Love Loyalty and Friendship.
- Authentic Irish gifts for the lover of Ireland.
Get a sturdy Irish item with this silver Claddagh ring. This Claddagh is different from a traditional Claddagh in that it has a 3-dimensional form meaning the heart is "puffed" out from the ring itself. The thicker element of this ring gives the band a more solid dimension and gives it more of a presence on the finger. The ring measures approximately 3/8" from the base of the heart to the top of the crown. It is crafted from striking sterling silver for a beautiful shine! Comes in a gift box for easy gifting! This beautiful extra heavy Claddagh is made by Solvar located in Dublin, Ireland. Show her love, friendship and loyalty with this beautiful sterling silver Claddagh ring today!
This Claddagh ring has been hallmark stamped at the Assay Office in Dublin, Ireland, assuring its quality. The small hallmark stamp often requires a magnifying glass to locate and features a .925 stamp designating genuine sterling silver, the Solvar Logo, the Assay Office logo, and a traditional fineness mark. Read more about jewelry hallmarking here.
We saw the Claddagh ring in a local Scottish store but they didn’t have my daughter’s size. I decided to look online for the same brand and found exactly what we needed at Biddy Murphy with free shipping. It’s a very pretty ring.
Second time I ordered this ring.
About 7 or 8 years ago I ordered this ring for my daughter. She never took it off. About 2 weeks ago she was out running and after getting sweaty it apparently came off her finger. Sh tried backtracking her steps but never found it. She was so sad and said she felt ***** without it. I ordered the exact same one and it arrived quickly. She was so happy and said it’s so shiny. She hasn’t taken it off since. Thank you Biddy Murphy!