Celtic cross and Claddagh Ring. Pendant with cord
Pewter pendant, unalterable tin, copper and antimony alloy. With cord. Approx size: 28 x 50 mm.
Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish ring given as a friendship or marriage symbol. Two clasped hands hold a heart with a crown. The hands represent friendship, the heart represents love, and the crown represents loyalty. Depending on the way it is worn, the ring may have different meanings, such as if the wearer is in a relationship or married.
Celtic symbol of worship and protection. It connects the archaic circle of the mandala, with the Christian cross, i.e. combines the pagan rites with the new religion. It is a symbol of civilization, privilege and intelligence. It protects us against any damage, especially against forms of oppression.