A Mothers Friendship, Love and Loyalty: The Mothers Claddagh

The Mothers Claddagh Pendant

Mother’s Day is celebrated every year in the United States on the second Sunday of May. Mothers Day is an international holiday celebrating motherhood. It is the time to appreciate and honor all mothers and mother figures. Family members including their children and grandchildren give Mothers Day gifts, like motherhood jewelry, cards, flowers, candy. The day is often spent dining with family at a restaurant.

It is special occasions like Mothers Day that make gifts such as the Mothers Claddagh even more meaningful and treasured. The Mothers Claddagh jewelry collection represents the eternal bond of friendship, love and loyalty shared between a mother and her child. A mother’s love is immeasurable. She has great dreams for her children and she patiently stands by as she watches them chase them. She is there to see them soar and she catches them when they fall. She might not always be perfect but in the end she will always be there. She is a devoted mother.

The Meaning of the Mothers Claddagh

The mothers claddagh is an unassuming stylized parent and child embrace representative of the Madonna and child combined with a traditional Irish claddagh is a testament to the enduring bond between a mother, her child, faith and their Irish heritage.

The Mothers Claddagh Necklace

Mothers Claddagh Cross Necklace

Mothers Claddagh Ring

Mothers Claddagh Earrings

The Mothers Claddagh Jewelry Collection, designs and it’s images are copyrighted © by The Irish Jewelry Company™. For more about The Irish Jewelry Company or the Mothers Claddagh shop The Irish Jewelry Company online at TheIrishJewelryCompany.com

Published by The Irish Jewelry Company

We at The Irish Jewelry Company take pride in making the Irish gift giving experience modern and convenient. The Irish Jewelry Company celebrates their Celtic heritage and a love of Ireland through original Irish Jewelry design. Their beautiful Irish jewelry is steeped in Celtic symbolism and rich in Irish tradition.

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