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Gents Corrib Claddagh and Celtic Knot Band

14K Gents Corrib Claddagh and Celtic Knot Band


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The Corrib Claddagh Collection
Where salmon leap, love and friendship reign
As Lough Corrib spills out into Galway Bay along the Corrib River, it passes the ancient village of Claddagh. It was here that the original Claddagh Ring was first created by Richard Joyce, in the 17th Century. The Corrib Claddagh Collection brings new light to this ancient symbol of love, loyalty and friendship.


The history of the Claddagh ring dates back to the early 16th century, to the village of Claddagh in Co. Galway. Legend is that a fishing boat from the village was captured by pirates and the crew taken. Richard Joyce was to have been married that week but as one of the captured crew, he was sold into slavery where he learned the art of goldsmithing. He was released many years later and returned home to find the love of his heart. She too had waited for him and he made her a ring. The heart stands for love, the hands for friendship and the crown for loyalty. The Claddagh ring has become very popular all over the world, worn by all as a symbol of friendship, love and loyalty. Wearing the ring with the heart pointing away from your own heart denotes that you are "available" but worn with the heart pointing towards your own heart, means that you are "taken"! The Celtic Knot symbolizes eternity.

Jewelry featured on our website is manufactured in Ireland by hand and assayed and hallmarked by the Assay Office at Dublin Castle. You can be assured of a stunning, quality product which will be admired by all!

Additional Information

SKU R157-14
Custom tab N/A
Width 6.5 mm
Manufacturer No
Unsure of Ring Size? If you are unsure of your ring size, please read Note on Ring Sizing, in Jewelry 101 articles below.

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