Post # 1
After 4 LONG weeks, my Chaddagh e-ring finally came in! We ordered it online from a little shop based out of Maine (my home state) called Linda Clifford. It’s got a heart shaped natural ruby and diamonds on the cuffs and crown. I know it may be a bit unusual for these days, but the Claddagh it has a lot of tradition and meaning behind it and I love it!
The heart faces out when engaged. When we get married the ring will flip around and be paired with the band..
And here are all of our rings. FI’s wedding ring is zirconium with “Love Forever” written in Ogham, an early Celtic form of writing.
Post # 3
OooOOo – I really like both your ering and wedding band. Congratulations!
Post # 6
Really pretty, and I love the matching wedding band!
Post # 7
This is beautiful! I have loved what a claddagh stands for for years. My Fiance had never heard of one, but when I told him what it meant, he got me a claddagh charm for a bracelet he’d given me. I love love love how your band will fit with it and your FI’s ring! Congratulations. 🙂
Post # 9
Wow!! Your ring is stunningly beautiful. I love the ruby. It is such a beautiful, beautiful color. And your wedding band is gorgeous! Is it a matching band to your ERing, or did you have it custom made to fit your ring? It seems to fit perfectly. It’s a beautiful set.
Your FI’s ring is so neat! I love how it fits so well with your Claddagh ERing. A matched set without being “matchy matchy” (hope that makes sense … LOL).
Post # 10
The rings were custom made in Ireland and the band was made to match the ring.
Post # 11
That’s absolutely stunning! Congratulations on your engagement!
Post # 12
I’ve always loved claddaugh rings and yours is sooo pretty!!
Post # 14
Wow! The detail is gorgeous! My friend was engaged 2 months ago with a Claddagh ring with a sapphire in the middle 😉
Post # 15
i love how the band fits perfectly! very pretty