During the Middle Ages, marriages were only between people from the same estate. And once the noble prince fell in love with a girl from a poor family. She reciprocated, but her father did not believe in the sincerity of the prince's feelings. He asked him to give the ring - as a demonstration of love. The prince invited all the jewelers of the kingdom and asked to make a real ring-symbol. The ring should be unusually beautiful and at the same time it is clear about the feelings of the lover.
And then they created a beautiful ring of three parts: hands, heart and crown. Hands denoted the gift of the soul - sincere friendship and support; heart - love and passion; crown - loyalty and devotion to the last day. All the symbols were so clear and understandable that there was no doubt in the feelings of man.
Hands hold the heart in the aureole of the crown. Only true friendship can become the basis for love, and loyalty is the foundation of any relationship. Needless to say, that the poor girl's father agreed to marry her to the prince?
The Claddagh ring consists of two parts. You can easily integrate them into a single whole on your finger. It is made of white gold with special jewelery.
In the heart - a wonderful red garnet, this is the inner heat and blood. The burgundy sunset and the red raisins of the pupil. With the help of the ring, you give your beloved person your heart, blood and soul.