Ladies Wide Rounded Claddagh Wedding Ring Silver From Ireland
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- A stunning silver ladies Claddagh wedding ring from Ireland!
- Measures approximately 1/4" wide.
- Claddagh is the Irish symbol for Love, Loyalty and Friendship.
- Crafted by Fado in Co. Dublin, Ireland.
- Ships same day within the USA.
This romantic Claddagh band makes the perfect wedding ring! The Claddagh symbol represents love, loyalty, and friendship, the perfect symbolism for a strong marriage! This ladies' Claddagh ring is crafted from sterling silver, giving it a radiant shine. The Claddagh design is detailed and the top and bottom of the ring are raised for visual interest. The Claddagh band is in the wider style measuring approximately ¼” inch. The wider band makes the design larger and easier to see from a distance and may be more comfortable for some wearers. Coming in a gift box, this Ladies' Claddagh ring is easy to carry and give to your loved one!
In the legend of the Claddagh, a man gave the Claddagh band to his lover after being forcefully separated from her for years as a symbol of his devotion and love for her. This tradition of giving the Claddagh as a symbol of love is still practiced in Ireland, and you can be part of it wherever you are!
This Irish wedding band was made by Fado in Dublin. Fado means “long ago” in Irish, and the company makes fine jewelry inspired by Irish culture and traditions! This Fado ring has been hallmark stamped at the Assay Office in Dublin Castle in Dublin, Ireland, assuring quality of materials and design. This Claddagh band is everything you want in a wedding ring: meaningful, durable, and absolutely romantic.
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 Fado Logo, the Assay Office logo, and a traditional fineness mark. Read more about jewelry hallmarking here.