Men's wedding ring. Claddagh Celtic design in Zirconium. Claddagh is a symbol of loyalty, friendship and love. Perfect for a wedding band <3 More Claddagh ring options at Lashbrookdesigns.com

Men's wedding ring. Claddagh Celtic design in Zirconium. Claddagh is a symbol of loyalty, friendship and love. Perfect for a wedding band <3 More Claddagh ring options at Lashbrookdesigns.com

This 8mm wide Black Zirconium ring has a BEAD BLAST FINISH. The CELTIC design is carved into the center. The Claddagh's distinctive design features two hands clasping a heart, and surround by a crown. The elements of this symbol is often said to correspond to the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty (the crown). Each ring is custom made and your ring comes with a COMFORT-FIT for extra satisfaction. Our TITANIUM rings WILL not TARNISH or cause your skin to…

Black Zirconium Celtic Irish Claddagh Ring Hands Clasping Heart Band Carved Any Size

This 8mm wide Black Zirconium ring has a BEAD BLAST FINISH. The CELTIC design is carved into the center. The Claddagh's distinctive design features two hands clasping a heart, and surround by a crown. The elements of this symbol is often said to correspond to the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty (the crown). Each ring is custom made and your ring comes with a COMFORT-FIT for extra satisfaction. Our TITANIUM rings WILL not TARNISH or cause your skin to…

Ladies Claddagh & Celtic Knot Band in Sterling Silver. 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. $74.00

Ladies Claddagh & Celtic Knot Band in Sterling Silver. 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. $74.00

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