Irish Engagement Rings are Steeped in History and Romanticism, Making them a Wonderful and Meaningful Choice for many Couples

In case you're wondering, Irish engagement rings can be worn by those who are not Irish. Many non-Irish couples wear Celtic, Claddagh, or Emerald rings due to their unique beauty and rich symbolism Celtic Engagement Rings: These rings will often consist of designs such as intertwined ribbons or lines which are representative of the eternity of interconnected lives and the unending nature of a love that binds a couple together in marriage and a new life together.

Claddagh Engagement Rings : The first Claddagh ring was made over 300 years ago in a tiny village in Ireland named Claddagh. Robert Joyce was a fisherman who lived in this village. His boat was overtaken by pirates and he was held captive and then sold as a slave to a wealthy goldsmith. Robert longed for his lover back in Claddagh. As he worked for the goldsmith, he was able to learn the trade, and made a beautiful ring for his beloved. He was released from slavery after several years and he returned to his village and presented the ring to his woman. They were married and lived happily ever after.

The Claddagh ring typically has different design variations of two hands holding a crowned heart. The hands represent friendship, the crown represents loyalty and fidelity, and the heart symbolizes love: All of the qualities necessary for a successful marriage.

Emerald Engagement Rings: Emerald engagement rings Emerald rings have a connection to Ireland due to their brilliant green color. Emeralds have less obvious symbolism than Claddagh or Celtic rings but are a way to maintain a link to Irish culture.

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