The Claddagh ring’s tradition started in Galway, a western city that faces out towards the Atlantic Ocean.The Claddagh ring (Irish: fa’inne Chladaigh) is a traditional Irish ring representing love, loyalty and friendship. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love and crown-loyalty.
Claddagh comes from the Irish phrase, An Cladch which means flat stony shore. It is the name of the village on the coast of Ireland where the Claddagh design originated.
It was often used as a wedding ring. It is believed that Richard Joyce,, a fisherman from the village of Claddagh near Galway,made the ring for his lady love.
Years after, Joyce was kidnapped by pirates, where he was sold into slavery and later regained his freedom.
The Claddagh ring rules:
The right hand with the heart pointed toward the fingertips: the wearer is single and may be looking for love. On the right hand with the heart pointed toward the wrist: the wearer is in a relationship.
On the left hand, with the heart’s point toward the fingertips: the wearer is engaged.
The left hand with the point of the heart toward the wrist: the wearer is married.
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