Silver Triquetra Claddagh Jewelry Bundle

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The Claddagh is a traditional Irish ring. It can be worn as a symbol of heritage or simply to express a commitment to three beautiful sentiments.

For centuries, couples have exchanged the famous Claddagh ring as engagement or wedding rings.  The symbols stand for love, loyalty & friendship which are represented by the heart, the crown, and the hands.

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      • Customizable tartan jewelry gift bag
      • Measures approximately 4inches wide by 5.5 inches long 
      • Pull string closure to keep your treasures safe
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Sterling Silver Triquetra Claddagh Earrings

  • Height: 31 mm (1.2 inch)
  • Metal Material: Sterling Silver
  • Claddagh design

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Triquetra Claddagh Necklace

  • Sterling Silver 
  • Claddagh Design
  • 18" Stainless Steel Chain
  • Measures Approx. 3/4" Across
  • Irish Symbol of Love and Friendship

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Sterling Silver Triquetra Claddagh Earrings

Sterling silver Claddagh knot earrings and hooks. 1″. It’s a perfect gift to say “I Love You”.

  • Height: 31 mm (1.2 inch)
  • Metal Material: Sterling Silver
  • Claddagh design

Triquetra Claddagh Necklace

This Sterling silver Claddagh Pendant comes with a Stainless Steel chain and measures approximately 3/4″ across.

  • Sterling Silver 
  • Claddagh Design
  • Comes with a Stainless Steel chain
  • Measures Approx. 3/4″ Across

Claddagh History

The Claddagh is a traditional Irish ring. It can be worn as a symbol of heritage or simply to express a commitment to three beautiful sentiments.

For centuries, couples have exchanged the famous Claddagh ring as engagement or wedding rings.  The symbols stand for love, loyalty & friendship which are represented by the heart, the crown, and the hands.

Triquetra History

Believed by many to be an ancient symbol of pre-Celtic and Celtic beliefs, the triple spiral appears in various forms in pre-Celtic and Celtic Art with the earliest examples having been carved on pre-Celtic stone monuments, and later examples found in Celtic Christian art. It is also believed that the Triquetra represents the three faces of the Goddess (virgin, mother, crone) and was later adopted to represent The Holy Trinity.

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