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In 1879 Stephen Faller first began handcrafting Claddagh Rings in his Galway workshop. In time Fallers became synonymous with Galway and the Claddagh Ring, developing an international reputation for Claddagh Rings of outstanding workmanship and quality. Today in our workshops at Williamsgate Street, the Fallers craftsmen continue this great tradition. Using age old techniques and modern technology each Fallers Claddagh Ring is hand-crafted to perfection making each ring unique from the other. Please enjoy the exclusive fallers.com Claddagh Ring collection.

14K Emerald & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

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14K Emerald & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

$ 1,796.59

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14K Diamond Set Shaped Wedding Band

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14K Diamond Set Shaped Wedding Band

$ 712.03

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14K Emerald & Diamond Claddagh Engagement Ring

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14K Emerald & Diamond Claddagh Engagement Ring

$ 1,084.55

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - December

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  December

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - November

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  November

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - October

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  October

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - September

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  September

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - August

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  August

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - July

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  July

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - June

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  June

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - May

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  May

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - April

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  April

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - March

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  March

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - February

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring  February

$ 386.67

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10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - January

10K Gold Claddagh Birthstone Ring - January

$ 386.67

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14K Sapphire & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

14K Sapphire & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

$ 2,282.28

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14K Ruby & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

14K Ruby & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

$ 2,310.57

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14K Ruby & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

14K Ruby & Diamond Claddagh Engagement & Wedding Ring Set

$ 2,640.65

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Waterford Crystal Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring

Waterford Crystal Sterling Silver Claddagh

$ 65.07

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Waterford Sterling Silver Stone Set Claddagh Ring

Waterford Sterling Silver Stone Set Claddagh

$ 65.07

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Ladies 14K Gold Two Tone Diamond Claddagh Ring

14K Gold Diamond Claddagh Ring

$ 1,815.45

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Ladies Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring

Ladies Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring

$ 35.37

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Sterling Silver Gents Claddagh Ring

Sterling Silver Gents Claddagh Ring

$ 45.74

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Ladies Claddagh Ring in 9K Gold

Ladies 9k Gold Claddagh Ring

$ 188.57

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Claddagh Rings from Galway

Claddagh comes from the Irish word “Cladach” meaning “the stony beach”. It is an area close to the centre of Galway city.

It was formerly a fishing village, just outside the old city walls but now it is part of the city centre, situated just across the river Corrib from the Spanish Arch. The Claddagh village has now disappeared; the original village consisted of thatched cottages which unfortunately no longer exist. Historically it also had a largely Irish-speaking population. It was one of the oldest former fishing villages in Ireland and a highly self-contained community, where for centuries people used to fish and sell their seafood. There was an elected ‘King’ who controlled their activities and the fishing fleet. He alone was allowed to use white sails on his hooker, and he had the rare distinction of flying a flag. So far as we know, it has not been possible to find out what devices appeared on the this flag, but it would not be too fanciful to hope that it was some form of joined hands supporting a crowned heart.

The area is still one of the most popular places in both the city and county of Galway. The popularity of the Claddagh ring means the area will never be forgotten. It was from here the famous ring got its name. Richard Joyce was a Galway man but why this quaint village should be held to have almost proprietary interest in the rings, we will not know as they were worn the whole way across Galway County, though they were more popular here then elsewhere in the county.

Today, if you visit Galway City, the chances are you will definitely be taking a walk down to the Claddagh. The area is a major draw for tourists. From the beautiful views of the river Corrib out to the sea, the swans that have made their home in the river, the small but beautiful church that is a hugely popular wedding location, the views across the river to the Spanish Arch and it’s colourful houses along the river mouth. There is always a brilliant atmosphere in the area. During the summer months, there is usually some sort of activity taking place in the area, whether its water sports in the canal, a festival or just people relaxing and enjoying the scenery. But if you want to avoid the summertime crowds then visit in winter, believe me the winter scenery is worth braving the cold for, especially on a snowy or frosty morning. And don’t forget your camera!

Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring from Fallers of Galway

Sterling Silver Ring from Fallers of Galway

Over the years the ring has gained popularity throughout the world, not just here in Ireland, from where it originates. Claddagh rings from Galway, Ireland are worn with great pride by the Irish diasporas throughout the world, and they are also worn by many people that do not have Irish decent but who fall in love with the design of the ring and of course the idea behind the ring. The Claddagh is the most romantic ring in the world so what better way is there to show your love for someone than by giving them a claddagh ring.

And it’s not just regular people who have fallen in love with this Irish ring.  Claddagh rings have appeared in both movies and television on numerous occasions. The design has also been used in books and on album covers. All of these uses have of course only contributed to the popularity of the design.