Ireland’s very own patron saint St. Brigid’s Feast Day is February 1st also as Imbolc. Imbolc or Imbolg, is a Gaelic festival that traditional marks the start of warmer days and the arrival of spring. It also the halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Saint Brigid of Kildare is Ireland’s most important female saints. Saint Brigid was born Brigit, and shares her name with a Celtic goddess from whom many legends and folk customs are associated.
Our Edwardian Claddagh Ring in vintage style glimmers in diamonds and delicate milgrain work creating heirloom appeal. This beautiful Edwardian Claddagh ring is a symbol of friendship, love and loyalty. This beautiful claddagh ring can be worn as a right hand ring, promise ring or even as an engagement ring.
The Edwardian style of jewelry had its beginnings in the late victorian era from 1890 until 1915. Diamonds and white metal jewelry reigned supreme during the Edwardian jewelry era . The hallmark of Edwardian design is delicate metal work like an Irish lace curtain. Edwardian jewelry was designed to look light and intricate like the femininity of an Edwardian era woman. Edwardian jewelry has seen a resurgence popularized by fans of the popular t.v. show Downton Abbey.
- Edwardian Claddagh Ring is sterling silver.
- It is rhoduim and rose gold plated.
- The Edwardian Claddagh Ring has approximately a an 1/6 ct. tw. of diamonds.
- Available in sizes 5-10.
Exclusively by The Irish Jewelry Company
Every jewelry gift from The Irish Jewelry Company comes gift boxed in our signature style, a simple white glossy gift box sealed with a satin emerald green ribbon and our gold label. Included at no additional charge is an Irish Blessing, toast or story card. If this is a gift included at no additional charge is a card for the recipient, hand written for that extra personal touch.
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