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Swarovski crystal pendant necklace, 'Claddagh' - Irish Claddagh Necklace Curate

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Claddagh Irish Claddagh Necklace

The Irish claddagh, dating back to 16th-century County Galway, is a pair of... more

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The Irish claddagh, dating back to 16th-century County Galway, is a pair of clasped hands holding a crowned heart that symbolizes love, friendship, and loyalty. Here the claddagh is stamped into a sterling silver circle, symbolic of everlasting life, and paired with beautifully faceted kelly green Swarovski crystal briolettes. The sentiment is at once universal and uniquely Irish. The necklace also features the words 'love,' 'friendship,'and 'loyalty.'

  • 50 grams
  • 0.1 lbs
  • Chain length: 45.7 cm L
  • Chain length: 18" L

  • 925 Sterling silver, crystal
  • Spring ring clasp
  • High polish finish
  • Rolo chain
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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04/11/2014

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"Cheap and broken"

necklace and earrings were beautiful but they were cheaply made and didn't fit properly for such a high price.

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12/12/2015

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"Beautiful Irish Necklace"

Just as beautiful as the picture in catalog.

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