Claddagh is an ancient village in Ireland. The Claddagh symbol was created by Richard Joyce who was first held as a slave in the West Indies and then sold to a Moorish goldsmith where he learned jewelry making. When he gained his freedom he returned home and created the Claddagh symbol to represent his love of kin and country.
This charm measures approximately 5/8". Because the charms are each hand crafted, their size may vary ever-so-slightly.
Each seal is available in silver (99.99 percent silver vs. 92.5 which is sterling) or bronze for the same price. Each seal comes with a story about its existence (as seen in first paragraph of description)
Materials: silver, bronze
Complete the look of your wax seal charm:
Sterling silver box chains are available in 16" or 18" lengths here:
Sterling silver or bronze charm bracelets are available here:
Silver charm holder necklaces are available here:
Freshwater pearl charms (indicate white, grey, brown, or rose) look great with the charms and are available here:
Drilled genuine beach glass charms (available in light green, dark green, brown, or white) are also a nice accessory for the charms here:
Drilled genuine beach stone (granite or basalt) charms can be added as well from here: