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Celtic By Design is an Irish family-run business based here in the USA. We have been in business and selling online since 1999. Although we no longer live in Ireland, we still go "home" several times a year to find the best of Ireland and bring it directly to you! We hope you found something special in our store.

We have some of the fastest shipping that you'll find anywhere. We guarantee safe arrival of your purchase(s) right to you doorstep! It's our version of online "Irish Hospitality"!

Don't forget to check out our News section on this website for the very latest on what we're up to!

Go raibh mile maith agat, a chairde! Dia duit!

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  • Celtic Knot Heart Shaped Pendant Necklace
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  • Celtic Warrior Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Large Pendant Necklace (35mm)
    Celtic Warrior Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Large Pendant Necklace (35mm) Celtic Warrior Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Large Pendant Necklace (35mm)
  • Celtic Warrior Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Pendant Necklace (20mm)
    Celtic Warrior Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Pendant Necklace (20mm) Celtic Warrior Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Pendant Necklace (20mm)
  • Claddagh and Trinity Knot CZ Pendant Necklace
    Claddagh and Trinity Knot CZ Pendant Necklace Claddagh and Trinity Knot CZ Pendant Necklace
  • Claddagh Cubic Zirconia Pendant Necklace
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  • Cluster Shamrock & Petals Pendant Necklace
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the history of the claddagh ring blog post

The History Of The Claddagh Ring

August 13, 2018

The origins of the Claddagh ring are blurred by history. However, the most likely account (and the one that does not involve mythology of any sort) is the story of Richard Joyce. Joyce was a native of Galway and left his home to pursue work overseas in the 17th century. While at sea, his vessel was attacked by pirates, and Joyce was taken as a slave.

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