Claddagh ring


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Claddagh ring

(ˈklædə)
n
(Jewellery) (also without capital) Irish any of various elaborately designed rings, esp one in the shape of two hands embracing a heart, given as a token of lasting affection
[from Claddagh, a small fishing village on the edge of Galway city]
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would have to say probably my Claddagh Ring that my mum and dad got me for my 16th birthday,.
Police launched Operation Sandpiper, appealing for help to identify the body and a claddagh ring found with the remains took the search to Ireland.
A Claddagh ring my brother Tommy bought me as a child.
IT MAY be one of the most recognisable symbols of Ireland across the globe but now a top historian claims that we have the British to thank for the Claddagh ring.
The 31-year-old revealed he has a tattoo of a High Cross and wears a Claddagh ring which is mother gave him everywhere he goes.
She was also wearing distinctive jewellery including two gold rings set with precious stones - one in a daisy shape and the other an Irish Claddagh ring.
com, an award winning online jewelry retailer specializing in silver jewelry, offers infinity ring and Claddagh ring styles for those looking for meaningful and trendy jewelry at affordable prices.
And what collection would be complete without a few popular waltzes such as Moonlight in Mayo, Come Back Paddy Reilly, Slieve na mBan, the Old Claddagh Ring and the Green Glens of Antrim.
When John spots Cora's claddagh ring around Brendan's neck all hell breaks loose.
Detectives have said she had tooth implants and veneers and wore jewellery including two gold rings set with precious stones - one in a daisy shape and the other an Irish claddagh ring.
Thursday, March 10 The Claddagh Ring, Hendon, London 7.