Our unique and handmade Ladies Claddagh Wedding Ring has a strong and striking look that is very timeless and appealing.
This signature design is crafted from 14 karat gold and embellished with a single, shimmering diamond.
Each wedding band is inset with beautiful, open-work Claddagh motifs that symbolize everlasting love and loyalty.
If you’re looking for a wedding ring that illustrates your deep love for your partner, while also honoring your Gaelic family background, you will adore this beautiful piece.
Choose Your Finish for a Custom Look
To create a perfect look that coordinates with your engagement ring, choose your preferred finish for a custom effect.
If you’ve only considered plain gold wedding bands, you should know that our Claddagh wedding rings are a more inventive and exciting option.
These rings are of premium quality, they are handcrafted in the Emerald Isle, and they add so much richness and dimension to your bridal jewelry look.
Your engagement ring will look more beautiful – and more luxurious – when it is worn with our gorgeous Claddagh wedding band. Instead of a ho-hum plain band that is just like a million other rings, why not celebrate your Celtic spirit with something a little more special?
Choose a Matching Engagement Ring for Unparalleled Style
If you will have some say in which engagement ring you will receive, why not nudge your boyfriend towards a beautiful 14k Diamond Set Claddagh Ring that will be the perfect match for the wedding band we’ve discussed here?
Today, many women help their significant others to pick out the ideal ring; after all, when you will wear something every day of your life, it’s important to really love it.
Our rings may be ordered online, direct from Ireland, and every piece that we offer is tested and stamped at the Assay Office of historic Dublin Castle.
For years, we’ve provided our valued clientele with exceptional quality and the most polite and reliable service.
When you choose us for your bridal jewelry, you will be thrilled with the beauty and workmanship of your traditional Celtic rings.