Received a Little Bit of Ireland Back in the States!
Many of you know I visited Ireland this past summer for my 10-year wedding anniversary. It was gorgeous there, the people were fantastic, and we all around loved our trip and can’t wait to go back. One thing I regretted from the trip was not picking up a beautiful Claddagh birthstone ring while I was there. I have always wanted one. I love the symbolism of the heart, hands, and crown. The Claddagh’s distinctive design features include two hands clasping a heart, and usually surmounted by a crown. They correspond to the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty (the crown). They can be used in engagements and weddings, but also as a birthstone ring that can be worn and even passed down.
I was so excited when I received the opportunity to do review and giveaway for Celtic Birthstone Rings. The company has so many wonderful handmade rings to choose from and the quality is amazing. They have Celtic wedding rings, Irish wedding rings, birthstone rings, engagement rings, and much more. You can create your own ring for them to design and it’s completely handmade for you. All orders are shipped to you directly from Ireland. I received mine promptly from FedEx. It was so quick and easy. The company and customer service are fantastic to work with. I highly recommend this company to anyone. So, if you’re in the shop for a wedding or engagment ring, or you just want a Claddagh birthstone ring for yourself or a family member, then this is the place you need to order from. Quality, good service, great people. You can’t go wrong.
The ring I received was a Claddagh June birthstone ring. It’s silver and with my stone. I love it. It fits perfectly.
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The winner will get to choose their size and month of birthstone to be handmade specifically for them.
Some pictures of my trip to Ireland are below! It’s gorgeous there! If you haven’t been it’s worth the trip!