Women’s Claddagh Ring
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Women’s Claddagh Ring
At Thomas Dillon’s Claddagh rings, we have a beautiful array of women’s Claddagh rings for you to choose from. An Irish Claddagh ring is the perfect symbol of love and loyalty for your beloved, and a gift choice that will stand the test of time.
Gold Claddagh Rings
Silver Claddagh Rings
We also have a collection of sterling silver Irish Claddagh rings. Silver rings are typically presented as gifts to be given to celebrate friendship and are the most commonly worn and purchased Claddagh rings. A more affordable option, and long-lasting pieces of jewellery, silver is a wonderful choice for someone who is coming of age or moving away from home.
Rose Gold Claddagh Rings
White Gold Claddagh Rings
The hallmarked Claddagh design is composed of a central love heart, held on either side by a pair of hands, and topped with a crown. This Iconic design is known in Ireland and all over the world. Irish Claddagh rings have become a phenomenon loved by people all over Ireland and the world. The poignant history and meaning of the ring’s symbol has changed over time but today translates to love, loyalty and friendship. The heart represents your love for the wearer, the two hands symbolise your friendship and the crown signifies loyalty.
These rings are designed to be worn for life and are a beautiful gift for all the women you treasure… be they partners, friends or family. Irish Claddagh rings are a wonderful way to remind someone of your love for them without saying too much.
All of our Claddagh rings are designed to be worn for a lifetime, and our classic design which boasts beautiful handcrafted details that give our jewellery a timeless, classic style. We have styles in a variation of materials such as sterling silver, gold and rose gold. Rose gold being a popular choice of ring for women to wear, with its delicate and feminine pink hue.
Claddagh rings have occasionally been known to have been used as a wedding ring, the Claddagh ring design is known to have come from fide rings, which were ancient roman rings that symbolised a commitment between two people and were also frequently used as a wedding ring.