The claddagh ring represents friendship, love and loyalty.
The ring was first produced in the Irish village of Galway in the 17th century.
The claddagh rings are used for friendship, marriage and engagement.
In traditional Irish culture mothers used to give these rings to their daughters when they come of age.
The claddagh is worn with the intention of conveying the relationship status.
When worn on the right hand with the heart pointing the wrist: not looking for a relationship.
On the right hand with the heart pointing the fingertips the wearer is single and looking for love.
The main stone size is 6mm*6mm&2mm*2mm.
The ring is made up of Cubic Zirconia which allows the wearer to pass it down across generations.
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