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“I plight thee my troth.” These five words, poetic and steeped in antiquity and tradition, perfectly encapsulate the romance and timeless beauty of a Claddagh ring. Still heard in wedding vows today, to plight, or pledge, one’s troth, or truth, is to promise to be true and faithful. Claddagh rings are customarily exchanged as tokens of love, and so they make lovely, unique wedding rings, engagement rings, and friendship rings. Tracing their origins to the 18th-century Irish village of Claddagh in County Galway, Claddagh rings feature a time-honored design: two hands clasping a heart topped with a crown. The hands stand for friendship, the heart signifies love, and the crown is a symbol of fidelity.
Our Claddagh Rings Collection celebrates this Irish tradition, interpreting it with modern creativity and heightening its expressiveness by allowing you to personalize these rings with birthstones and the engraving of names and messages.