Claddagh rings

Claddagh ring was first produced in the 17th century when Queen Mary II reigned. It is traditional Irish ring worn as a wedding ring or given as a sign of love. The hands clasping the heart symbolize friendship and love and surrounding them crown is a symbol of loyalty. The ring may be used as relationship or friendship ring depending on the intention of the giver and the wearer. There are three ways of wearing Claddagh ring and each has its signals. If the Claddagh ring is worn on the left hand wedding ring finger, the person is engaged or married. Worn on the right ring finger with the heart pointing to the fingertip, the ring symbolizes that the wearer is free. And if it is worn on the right ring finger turned around, the wearer is supposed to be romantically involved. Claddagh ring is a nice gift surrounded with numerous legends and myths. Nowadays Claddagh ring is worn by Irish people as wedding ring or engagement ring and as cultural symbol as well as a symbol of love and friendship by people all over the world. At mygoldenrings.com you'll find high quality, elegant and stylish gold Claddagh rings for men and women at the most affordable prices.