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The Kilronan Claddagh Pendant

silver celtic claddagh pendant
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Size: W 5/8" x H 3/4"  Chain not included
Price: $39.95
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The Kilronan Sterling Silver Celtic Claddagh Pendant - The lovely Kilronan Claddagh Pendant is the essence of the symbolism of the claddagh, the bestowal of which represents a powerful and mystical declaration of eternal love. Once, long ago a young Irish boy was captured by the dreaded Corsairs off the Barbary Coast of Africa and was carried off in chains and sold as a slave in the slave markets of Morocco . His master was a renowned goldsmith who instructed his young slave in the arts of the jewelry trade. In time the boy became a great goldsmith and was eventually released from his servitude. He returned to Ireland where at long last he was reunited with his beloved, for whom he had created his masterpiece. The Irish Claddagh. And as he presented her with this now famous symbol, he uttered these words. "With this gem, I give you the highest thing that I can offer, I hand you my naked heart crowned with my eternal love" And so Claddagh jewelry has come to symbolize a powerful declaration of eternal love. The Claddagh was also created in the form of the Claddagh ring.
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In celebration of Christmas, we are offering a 15% discount on orders of $50 or more until December 28th, excluding shipping. Happy Shopping and Happy Christmas. Apply coupon code XMASALE in your shopping cart to receive your discount. Christmas was originally a Celtic Winter Solstice celebration. It was celebrated on 21st of December until Christian times when the feast was moved to the 25th and became the birthday of Jesus. The Winter Solstice or 'Grianstad an Gheimhridh', as it was called was a very important event for the ancient Celtic people. Many of the traditions we associate with Christmas were also originally much older Celtic customs, for example the Christmas tree, the Christmas dinner and the use of holly and mistletoe.
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