Diamond Set Matching Wedding ring for (14L68) – 14k White Gold – 14L69W
Diamond Set Matching Wedding ring for (14L68) – 14k White Gold
Shanore’s artists have crafted this 14 karat white gold wedding band to fit flawlessly against its matching Claddagh engagement ring (14L68). Both pieces showcase sparkling diamonds embedded in the curves of their designs, as well as tiny orbs of white gold, all of which enhance the sumptuous quality of the set. The intricate shapes of these rings guarantee their uniqueness. This ring has been hallmarked in the Dublin Assay Office.
This beautiful ring has been specially designed to fit the curves of a Claddagh ring. It pairs with the matching Diamond Set Matching Wedding ring for (14L68) – 14k White Gold – 14L69W and Ladies Claddagh Ring With Sapphire And Diamond – 14k White Gold – 14L68SW
The History of the Claddagh
The Claddagh symbol is Ireland’s universal representation of love, friendship and loyalty. The origins of the Claddagh Ring can be traced back to the small fishing town of Claddagh, Co. Galway. Irish folklore recounts that in 1675, a local seafarer by the name of Richard Joyce was captured by pirates and sold as a slave to a Moorish goldsmith.
Torn away from his lover, Joyce was trained in the art and served his master for fourteen years. Upon his eventual release in 1689, Joyce returned to Galway, hoping to find his true love still waiting for him. Whilst enslaved, he fashioned what we now know as the Claddagh Ring as a gift specifically for her.
The Meaning of the Claddagh “Love, Loyalty, Friendship, ” The heart symbolizes Love, the hands Friendship and the Crown Loyalty.
How To Wear A Claddagh Ring.
The Claddagh Ring is not, however, only a token of one’s love or loyalty. It can also be used to decipher or broadcast one’s relationship status; depending on which direction the heart points and on which hand it is worn. Traditionally, the ring was worn in the following manner.
- Single: wear on the right hand with the heart pointing outward.
- Engaged: wear on the right hand with the heart pointing inward.
- Married: wear on the left hand with the heart pointing inward.
Today the Claddagh Ring is usually worn on the same hand with the direction of the ring indicating whether one’s heart is taken or still available.
Real Diamond H-I
Real Diamond SI1
Real Diamond 0.05ct
5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9
Irish Hallmarked 14K White Gold
Ladies Claddagh Emerald And Diamond Set