Explore our wonderful range of authentic Irish Claddagh necklaces and pendants. We offer traditional and modern styles incorporating the classic Claddagh symbol. The symbol consists of a heart, crown and hands - representing love, loyalty and friendship.

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Sapphire blue is the deep heart of this birthstone Claddagh pendant. The hands of friendship and the crown of loyalty finish the design beautifully. Learn more about the meaning of the Claddagh below. Handmade to order, these beautiful pendants come in a luxurious presentation box and make the ideal sweetheart gift.

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This is the perfect gift for the princess in your life. The pink CZ playfully sparkles in this October Claddagh birthstone pendant. An 18 inch Sterling silver chain is included. Handcrafted by experienced Irish artisans, each pendant comes with its own luxurious presentation box.

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Small white CZ gems line the border of this November Claddagh birthstone pendant. The heart of the Claddagh is occupied by a beautiful Topaz CZ stone. The perfect gift for any occasion. Handcrafted in Dublin, Ireland by skilled artisans and carefully packaged in a luxury presentation box.

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A beautiful Topaz blue CZ stone fills the heart of this exquisite December Claddagh birthstone pendant. White CZ stones line the border of the Claddagh for additional sparkle. The Claddagh emblem represents love, loyalty and friendship. Handmade to order by Irish artisans and beautifully presented in a luxurious box.

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Claddagh Pendants

Why choose a Claddagh necklace?

What Claddagh Represents

The Claddagh symbol represents love, loyalty and friendship. Three of the most important values for any relationship, making the Claddagh necklace the perfect sweetheart gift for any occasion. Of course, it is also a great best friend gift as it symbolizes perfectly what is most dear in any good friendship. Choose a unique and meaningful gift to show your closest friend what their valued friendship means to you.

Celtic Cross Design

The Story of Claddagh

Richard James had been engaged to be married when he was taken as a slave whilst en route to the West Indies, by Algerian corsairs. Eventually being sold as a slave to a Moorish goldsmith who trained him in his craft. Throughout his captivity, his fiancée waited for his return, never to marry another. Joyce, who had become an accomplished goldsmith, created the Claddagh ring for his love. Once he was freed, he returned to Galway to be united with his bride-to-be. He then presented her with the first Claddagh ring.

Ancient Celtic Cross

Select Your Claddagh Ring

Now that you have chosen your perfect Claddagh necklace, why not match it up with an authentic Claddagh ring? The beauty of the Claddagh ring is that depending on what way you wear the ring, it can have different meanings. So how is the ring worn? If you are single then you should wear the ring on your right hand with the heart facing outwards. If in a relationship of any kind, then wear it on your right hand with the heart pointed inwards. Once you are engaged you should wear it on your left hand with the heart pointing outwards. And finally, when you get married, you wear it on your left hand with the heart facing inward. A beautiful way of showing the world your current status. Choose from our wonderful range of Claddagh rings by clicking below.

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