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Irish Wedding Rings By Martin Smith

There are a number of Irish Wedding Rings that include Spirals, Triskeles, and Triquetas, Shield Knots and Sun Symbols. The most popular ring by far is the Irish Claddagh and it is surrounded by a romantic legend. The Claddagh is as was said, the most popular in Ireland. The ring symbolizes love, friendship , and loyalty. The ring is named for an Irish fishing village. The design of the Claddagh is constructed of two hands holding a heart with a crown on top of it. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love, and the crown represents loyalty. Various traditions give different meanings to the ring depending on how it is worn. As a wedding ring it is worn on the left hand with the heart pointing inward to the wrist. As an engagement ring it is on the right hand with the heart pointing inward toward the wrist. For friendship it is worn on the right hand turned outward. The legend of the Claddagh begins when a fisherman Richard Joyce and other crew members were captured by pirates shortly before Joyce was to be married. He was sold into slavery in Algiers and made the property of a goldsmith who taught him the craft of goldsmith. Joyce became the master of the craft. With is beloved back in Claddagh on his mind he fashioned the first Claddagh ring. The hands were to represent friendship, the heart was love, and the crown represented loyalty and fidelity. In 1698 King Georges III agreed to free all of his subjects. Richard Joyce was once again free. His slave master offered Joyce his daughter in marriage and half of his wealth if he would stay in Algiers. Joyce refused the offer and instead returned home to Claddagh where he found his love waiting for him. Neither of them had married. Upon discovering this, Joyce gave his love the ring and they were married shortly thereafter. The ring was dubbed The Claddagh because of the village Joyce and his Bride were from. There were others who made the ring much later and added jewels and an intricate crown design. The basic hands holding a crowned heart has never changed. Joyce wanted something that would his love for his Beloved.

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The Claddagh today is as popular as it ever was. The basic design of the ring has not changed but now there is more intricacies in the crown, gemstones or jewels can be used to fashion the heart, and the hands are simply hands. The ring can be made of silver, gold or basically any metal. The design is the clasped hands of the ‘fede’ or faith rings. These rings date from Roman times and were popular in the Middle Ages. The ring is worn now by many to speak to their Irish heritage. The Claddagh tells the story of two lovers who are separated and yet their love and commitment withstood the passage of time. It’s simple design and my heritage influenced my decision to purchase a Claddagh. Martin Smith is a successful freelance writer providing advice for consumers on purchasing a variety of products which includes Wedding Ring and and more! His numerous articles provide a wonderfully researched resource of interesting and relevant information.

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Irish Ring: Delve Into the Types of Irish Jewelry By Jenn Jamie

Irish Ring: Delve into the Types of Irish Rings A wedding celebration is among one of the most treasured events in a couple’s lifetime. They try to make the event perfect and strive to make it the most memorable affair. It is the day that they pronounce to commit their love to each other, and as part of that, they exchange various wedding symbols that will represent their love, dedication, and commitment to each other. All about Irish Weddings Irish weddings are common as they follow certain traditions and customs that may be whimsical but are still being considered because they have been proven to make marriages lucky. There are already modern Irish traditions, but there are still those that come from way past olden times. Among the Irish traditions that have been continually followed is the exchange of Irish rings. The symbolic exchange of Irish wedding rings expresses the couple’s deep love and commitment for each other through good times and bad. Types of Irish Wedding Rings There are several types of Irish rings that are used in Irish weddings. The most common type is the Claddagh Irish ring and the Celtic Irish ring. They may have similarities, but generally, these Irish wedding rings are different in one way or another. - Celtic Irish wedding rings have the usual Celtic art designs—the Celtic knots—that signify a couple’s perpetual love for each other, with no beginning and no end. There is also the Celtic Trinity Irish ring that has a three-string knot pattern that stands for the Holy Trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. This Irish ring when worn by the newlywed couple is said to seek the guidance and blessings of the Holy Trinity for their marriage. - The Claddagh Irish ring types usually have a heart that has two hands intertwined with each other and a crown nestled atop. It is said that the heart is the symbol of love, the hands, the symbol of friendship, while the crown, the symbol of loyalty and fidelity to each other. As they exchange this type of Irish wedding rings, they say these words that echo the emotions being shown in the ring: “With these hands, I give you my heart and crown it with my love.” - The silver Irish rings are also common Irish rings exchanged by couples in an Irish wedding. There are different Celtic designs etched on them such as the shamrock, spirals, or the Celts’ tree of life. Extravagant gems or stones may be put on these rings such as rubies, sapphires, emeralds, or any other birthstone of the couple’s choice. These types of Irish wedding rings may also be in gold or platinum. Where to Get Them Irish rings vary in price depending on the design, the gemstones used, the metal used, and the width of the Irish rings. Prices may range from a hundred to thousand dollars or so. Irish rings can now be ordered online at Irish Indeed! Show your love and commitment to your loved one by getting this Irish

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ring for your upcoming wedding or for any gift-giving occasion. Irish Rings are only one of the many types of irish jewelry available at http://www.irishindeed.com

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