The Claddagh Birthstone Necklace is set with your birthstone in the Claddagh heart. This birthstone jewellery is a very special birthday necklace. However, this Irish necklace is also a perfect gift for lots of different occasions. The meaning of each gemstone can resonate for a particular person or occasion and not just as a birthstone jewellery. You can read the meaning of each birthstone below. This Necklace is a winning gift and will be treasured by the wearer.
Approx dimensions of this Claddagh Necklace Ireland:
- Weight Sterling Silver: 2 grams approx.
- Width: 11.9 mm approx.
- Height: 19 mm approx.
- Chain: 18″ Spiga chain
- Stone: 4 x 4 Cubic Zirconia Stone
Hallmarked by the Assay Office in Dublin Castle.
Presented in a quality Boru Jewellery gift box.
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Matching Claddagh Birthstone Earrings are also available, see here.
January Birthstone Necklace – Garnet Birthstone
The Garnet stone symbolises friendship and trust. It is believed to help eliminate negative feelings and give greater self-confidence. In ancient and medieval times, gems like garnet were also used as remedies for inflammatory diseases and to soothe an angry heart.
February Birthstone Necklace – Amethyst Birthstone
The Amethyst stone is often called the artist’s stone and aids creativity. This gemstone is known for protection, tranquility and contentment. Named by the ancient Greeks, it menas “without intoxication” and believed to protected again poisoning. Artist Leonardo da Vinci wrote that amethysts enhance intelligence and protect against evil thoughts.
March Birthstone Necklace – Aquamarine Birthstone
The Aquamarine stone is a beautiful blue colour. This stone takes its name from the Latin phrase for ‘seawater’. It is also known as the stone of communication and courage. It can be gifted to lovers as a symbol of commitment and fidelity. Aquamarine is also a symbol of youth, health and hope.
April Birthstone Necklace – Cubic Zirconia Birthstone
The Cubic Zirconia stone is diamond like. It is a stone of clarity and creativity. It symbolises truth and openness and reflects everything around it.
May Birthstone Necklace – Emerald Cubic Zirconia Birthstone
Made with an Emerald Cubic Zirconia stone. The Cubic Zirconia stone is diamond like and is a stone of clarity and creativity. It symbolises truth and openness and reflects everything around it. The Emerald stone is unrivalled for color by any other gemstone. The Emerald was considered to be the stone of prophecy, loved by Cleopatra and the sacred stone of the Greek goddess of love, Venus. It is the stone of love, compassion and healing.
June Birthstone Necklace – Alexandrite Birthstone
The Alexandrite stone is named after the Russian Czar Alexander II. This stone is considered to be a stone of prosperity and longevity. It is also said to strengthen intuition, creativity, and imagination and encourage romance. Alexandrite gemstones are extremely rare and desirable since they change color based on the lighting.
July Birthstone Necklace – Ruby Birthstone
The ruby stone gets it’s name for the Latin rubeus, meaning red – the color of love and passion. Ancient warriors wore or even embed rubies into their skin, as they believed this gemstone signified strength and protection.
August Birthstone Necklace – Peridot Birthstone
The Peridot stone is considered a sacred gift form Mother Nature. Peridot has a lovely olive green hue and was in fact originally named ‘olivine’. It is the stone of prosperity, growth and well-being. It was once believed that the green Peridot crystals found in volcanic ashes were the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele.
September Birthstone Necklace – Sapphire Birthstone
The Sapphire is the stone of wisdom and royalty, of prophecy and divine favor. To the ancient and medieval world, the blue sapphire signified the height of hope and faith and believed to bring protection, good fortune and spiritual insight. It was also a symbol of power and strength, of kindness and wise judgment. The sapphire also symbolizes purity.
October Birthstone Necklace – Pink Tourmaline Birthstone
The Pink Tourmaline stone represents unconditional love and friendship. This stone is believed to be the stone of artists, authors, actors and those in creative fields. It is known for its soothing effects, love, tolerance and kindness.
November Birthstone Necklace – Citrine Birthstone
The Citrine stone is called the stone of success. Citrine is a joyful stone believed to bring good fortune and good luck. It is often called the happy stone because it is said to bring happiness to the person who carries or wears it. The warm color of Citrine is also said to be a gift from the sun and it’s believed to be a healing gemstone.
December Birthstone Necklace – Blue Topaz Birthstone
The Blue Topaz stone evokes images of the wind, sky and water and is the color of calm and peace. Often associated with loyalty and love, this gemstone represents eternal romance and friendship. The Blue Topaz is also a symbol of good fortune and success. It is believed to relax the mind and to protect its wearer from harm.
This birthstone jewellery is an ideal Irish gift for:
- Birthday Gifts
- Valentines Gifts
- Anniversary Gifts.
- Christmas Gifts
- Graduation Gifts
- Retirement Gifts
- Bon Voyage Gifts
- Bridesmaid Gifts
- Thank You Gifts
- Mother’s Day Gifts
- New Mother Gifts
Quality handmade birthstone jewellery. From the range of beautiful Claddagh Necklaces designed and made in Dublin. By Boru Jewelry, Ireland.
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Claddagh is the Irish symbol of ‘Love, Loyalty and Friendship’. The hands signify friendship, the heart love, and the crown loyalty.
The word Claddagh (Clá-dá) comes from the Irish word ‘an Cladach’, which means ‘the shore’. Claddagh is actually a fishing village in Galway where the River Corrib enters Galway Bay and back in the day it was just outside the city walls of Galway. It is one of the oldest fishing villages in Ireland and locals would have sold their catch at the fish market across the river at Spanish Arch.
The Claddagh symbol that we now know is the distinctive design of the famous Claddagh ring, which was traditionally used in the village of Claddagh as a wedding ring and in modern times is often used internationally as a wedding ring and also as an engagement or friendship ring.
Read more about the Claddagh here.
Shauna, UK (verified owner) –
Purchased the ruby necklace. Really like this, small and neat, just what I was looking for, thank you.