‘Gra Dilseacht Cairdeas’ Gold Celtic Wedding Ring


‘Gra Dilseacht Cairdeas’ translates into English as ‘Love Loyalty Friendship’, to represent the symbolism of the Claddagh. Pronounced, ‘Graw DeelShocked Korjas. Ladies ring is 5.2mm wide and men’s is 7.2mm wide. Handcrafted in either 10k or 14k yellow or white gold and hallmarked at the irish Assay Office in Dublin Castle. The Claddagh symbol features between the words and the whole design stands in polished relief against a matt background.

In Celtic tradition it is believed that when you connect with that special other person and become completely open and trusting with that individual, your two souls begin to flow together. Should such a deep bond be formed, it is said you have found your Anam Cara or soul mate. The ring is has the words anam Cara in Gaelic script on the band punctuated by the Claddagh symbol. The ring consists of the Gaelic Script with the Claddagh symbol between each word.

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