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Valentine’s Day Jewelry Ideas

Need some romantic gift ideas for Valentine’s Day? Show your love with these Valentine’s Day Jewelry Ideas – Give your special someone a gift they won’t forget.
Here are just a few suggestions of some the great Valentine’s Day jewelry gifts we offer. After all, Irish jewelry isn’t just for the Irish anymore!
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This Hugs and Kisses Claddagh Collection is totally charming. The XO claddagh will show her how much you want to smother her in you affections all while proclaiming your eternal friendship, love and loyalty.
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Our exclusive Celtic Infinity Knot Collection is beautiful. A symbol of eternal friendship, love and loyalty. An infinity symbol represents all that is eternal and timeless. When you give a Diamond Claddagh Infinity Necklace you pledge your infinite love and loyalty.
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The Meaning of the Claddagh…  The Irish Claddagh, pronounced [klah-duh] is called a fáinne Chladaigh in Irish. The traditional Irish Claddagh ring is a symbol of friendship, love and loyalty. The hands of the claddagh ring stand for friendship. The heart of the claddadgh ring stands for love and the crown is a symbol of loyalty. The Claddagh has actually been worn since Roman times! The beautiful meaning of the claddagh ring has made the claddagh ring a celebrated romantic gift for people of all nationalities. But none can argue that the claddagh ring holds a rather special meaning to those romantics of Irish heritage.

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So where is St. Valentine now?

Did you know, St. Valentine Ireland, LOL! What you may not know for some unknown reason is that St. Valentine’s remains are rumored to be buried in Dublin, Ireland. How do you like that wee bit of useless knowledge?

The Carmelite Church on Whitefriar Street in Dublin City claims to hold the remains of St Valentine. The Carmelites are a small community in the monastery attached to Whitefriar Street Church. Saint Valentine’s remain were given to the Carmelites in 1835 by Pope Gregory XVI.

It virtually makes Ireland a must-do pilgrimage for lovers. I mean, after all, the Irish did give us the claddagh ring, too. The claddagh is the one and only symbol of eternal friendship, love, and loyalty. The story of the claddagh is a story for another day or blog. Anyway, its romantic, symbolic meaning makes it a no brainer gift for men to give, especially on Valentine’s Day.


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