A diamond-embedded heart at centre, two embracing hands, and a milgrain crown crowning the union. Although there are various myths and legends around the origin of the Chladaigh ring, it is almost certain that it originated in or close to the small fishing village of Claddagh in County Galway, Ireland. There are localized variations and oral traditions, in both Ireland and the Irish diaspora, involving the hand and the finger on which the Chladaigh is worn...
Casted in fourteen karat white gold for wearing upon the finger
A banding in solid fourteen karat white gold with three flushed natural white diamonds at the centre within the heart
Marked 14k AU within the surface of the band which wears as a
6 3/4 or N 1/2 or 53.82 millimeters in circumference
With the homing of a ring a 'Meadow Locket' of your choice between I and II to accompany
Will be shipped carefully and thoughtfully with
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