Gents Trinity Knot Yellow Gold Claddagh Ring

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Are you looking for a Gents wedding ring or a very special gift to mark an occasion? This Gents Trinity Knot Yellow Gold Claddagh Ring is superbly crafted, bringing in elements of Irish design and heritage in one beautiful piece.  

Originally designed to be given as a token of love and friendship, the Claddagh ring is also now very popular as a wedding ring, particularly for gents. The heart at the center symbolizes true love. It is surrounded by hands for friendship and a crown for loyalty at the top. This ring adds in the additional element of a trinity knot which symbolizes the holy trinity of father, son and holy spirit but also has a more secular meaning of earth, air and water.

Ireland’s Claddagh ring, which has a history going back to the 1600s, started in the beautiful fishing village of Claddagh in County Galway and has never waned in popularity. It’s simplicity, meaning and the romantic message will, quite simply, never date. 

MetalSolid 10k or 14k Yellow Gold
Claddagh Height13mm
Band Width3mm
Weight (10k gold)6.5 grams approx.
Weight (14k gold)7.5 grams approx.

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