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The Claddagh Blog

Welcome to the Claddagh Blog.

The Claddagh Blog

Welcome to the Claddagh Blog.

  • Glendalough – A Sight Worth Seeing

    Ireland is possibly one of the most beautiful countries in the world and Glendalough is the perfect example of Ireland's elaborate beauty. This region is dense with green trees and is a glacial valley, giving it the nickname ''the valley of two lakes''. It is well-known for its wonderful nature...
  • History Of The Celtic Cross

    Elaborate high cross monuments stand tall all over Ireland. They are adorned with magnificent etched work detailing, which run all the way through the cross. These striking crosses induce awe in us for their sheer size and craftsmanship – no doubt a long work of love from the creator. It...
  • Irish Jewellery – An Unbroken Tribute to Ancient Celtic Ireland

    Jewellery is most often bought as a token of appreciation. In many different cultures, it can be a representation of love, friendship, honour, heritage and faith. Our bond to another can dictate the type of Jewellery we buy for someone we respect and love. Although trends in all areas come...
  • The Giants Causeway

    The Giants Causeway Ireland is rich in natural treasure. This wonderful little country of ours attracts millions of tourists every year, which is no surprise considering our wealth of history and our fantastic landscape. Many parts of Ireland have an awe inducing effect that leaves us captivated by the beauty...
  • Womans Little Christmas

    Nollaig Na mBan is an Irish Christmas long standing old Christmas tradition exclusive to the women of Ireland. The tradition began as a way to thank the wives and mothers of Ireland for their hard work during the Christmas season and for their service of love and devotion to their...
  • Christmas at the Claddagh - Claddagh Jewellers

    Learn all about how Claddagh Jewellers celebrate Christmas.

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