Connemara Marble

Claddagh Silver Pendant

For centuries the iconic hands, heart and crown on this design have represented Friendship, Love and Loyalty. Whether you are choosing for yourself or someone you love the Claddagh can be worn by both men and women and for many different personal reasons. The piece has such romance and sincerity.

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Description

An exquisite sterling silver and Connemara Marble Claddagh pendant. “Cladach” is the Irish word for Claddagh and it traces its origins back to a coastal village in Co. Galway. For centuries the iconic hands, heart and crown on this design have represented Friendship, Love and Loyalty. Whether you are choosing for yourself or someone you love the Claddagh can be worn by both men and women and for many different personal reasons. The piece has such romance and sincerity.

The sterling silver which is hallmarked in the Dublin Assay Office located in Dublin Castle, encases the round, gleaming Connemara marble, one of the world’s oldest minerals and rarest marble in the world. It was mined from our quarry in Lissoughter, Recess Co. Galway. No two pieces are identical, making each piece totally unique to you.

Presented on an 18″ sterling silver chain. Measures Approximately 1.82″L x 1.27″W. 4.18mm Bail. Metal weight 15.3g.

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Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Metal

Sterling Silver

Size

1.82"L x 1.27"W. 4.18mm Bail., 18" Chain

Stamp

Irish Assay Office

Style

Claddagh

Additional information

Material

Connemara Marble

Metal

Sterling Silver

Size

1.82"L x 1.27"W. 4.18mm Bail., 18" Chain

Stamp

Irish Assay Office

Style

Claddagh

certificate

Certificate of Authenticity

Each marble product purchase includes a Certificate of Authenticity to prove it was made with genuine Connemara Marble.

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