The origins of the Claddagh ring begin around the 17th Century in Galway, an Irish fishing village. Interestingly enough though, the Claddagh didn't get its name until after 1840. Many believe that a silversmith named Richard Joyce is responsible for the design of this unique ring. The ring itself has 3 main components each representing something different. The hands represent friendship, the heart stands for love, and the crown for loyalty. Claddagh rings are most commonly used as engagement or wedding rings. It is also very common for the ring to be passed down from mother-to-daughter or grandmother-to-granddaughter. This stunning Claddagh Diamond Engagement ring is in 10k white gold with matching wedding band has pear shaped .20 ct diamonds, each in a 2 prong setting, both in the center of the band with small accent diamonds and 9 pieces of 0.03 ct diamonds in the band. The ring size featured is 5.5. This Claddagh engagement ring set can be made using any kind of precious metal-gold, platinum, silver.and any grade of stone such as diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emerald, blue topaz .Also, it can be custom made to fit your needs.
This ring can be made with different metals 14K 18K or platinum. We can also make it with different gemstones .To see more samples of this ring please check out our shop for more beautiful designs.
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- Available in various precious metals
- Available in 1/4 size increments
- Hand made ready to be shipped
-SI 3 I color and clarity
-Price is for 10k white gold in a size 5.5
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