This Trinity Knot & Claddagh Necklace is a superior handmade necklace. Crafted from sterling silver. With plated rose gold element. Diamante like cubic zirconia stones. This Celtic Claddagh Necklace is perfect for lots of occasions. Something special for a bridal necklace. Perfect for all wedding anniversaries, but particularly a 50th or 25th anniversary gift. This Irish necklace is a winning gift and sure to become a treasured heirloom.
Design of this Trinity Knot & Claddagh Necklace:
- Outer layer is a sterling silver circle covered in sparkling cubic zirconia stones.
- The next layer is raised slightly higher. It is smooth sterling silver with a Trinity Knot centre top. Either side of which are Celtic hearts connecting to the Claddagh centre bottom.
- The heart and the crown of the Claddagh is slightly raised again. This is also covered in sparkling cubic zirconia stones.
- The two cuffs of the Claddagh are in plated rose gold, while the hands are smooth sterling silver.
This Irish Necklace is hallmarked by the Assay Office in Dublin Castle.
Approx dimensions of this Claddagh Necklace Ireland:
- Weight: 7 grams
- Diameter: 28 mm
This necklace is on a lovely 18-20″ Spiga chain.
Presented in a quality Boru Jewellery gift box. Includes a Boru story card.
This Claddagh Necklace is an ideal gift for:
- Anniversary Gifts.
- Bridal necklace; Bride’s gift
- Christmas Gifts
- Birthday Gifts
- Graduation Gifts
- Valentines Gifts
- Retirement Gifts
A quality handmade Claddagh Necklace Ireland. From the range of beautiful Irish Jewellery designed and made in Dublin. By Boru Jewelry, Ireland.
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This stunning necklace combines two great symbols of Irish Heritage. The Claddagh and the Trinity Knot.
Claddagh is the Irish symbol of ‘Love, Loyalty and Friendship’. The hands signify friendship, the heart love, and the crown loyalty. Read more about the Claddagh here.
The Trinity Knot is also known as the Triquetra, which literally means three cornered. This is one of the most recognised Celtic symbols.
The Triquetra predates Christianity. It was the Celtic symbol of the Goddess Odin. The Celts believed the Triquetra to represent many things of three:
- mind, body and soul: mental, physical and spiritual;
- earth, sea and sky
- beginning, middle and end – continuity
- the past, present and future
The ancient Celtic Trinity Knot was adopted by Christianity as a symbol of the Holy Trinity. i.e. the Father, Son & Holy Spirit. This symbol is often found in ancient Irish manuscripts, such as the famous Book of Kells.
In modern times, the Trinity Knot is gifted as a token of promise; to love, to honour and to protect.
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