Ladies Coat of Arms Yellow Gold Claddagh Ring

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This item can be customized with your own family coat of arms. After placing your order, we will email an illustration of your coat of arms for approval before proceeding with your order. Enter your family name in the box below before adding to basket:

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Heraldry and ancestry are fascinating particularly to anyone with Irish or Celtic heritage. It is now possible to bring it to life and combine the best of Irish symbolism and craftsmanship in one ring that will be totally unique to you.

This ladies coat of arms yellow gold Claddagh ring, takes the classic Claddagh with its message of love, friendship and loyalty and adds another dimension with a family crest positioned in the center. You simply provide your family name and the ring will be customized for you with your own coat of arms.

MetalSolid 10k or 14k Yellow Gold
Weight (10k)4.5 grams
Weight (14k)5 grams

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By Clare Brady from Ireland - January 18, 2017

What can I say except I love it. Fantastic detail work done. Price very good for the work that went into it. I am very grateful to the master craftsman (or woman). Wonderful keep it up.

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