Buy Irish Gifts At Irish Expressions


Celtic Trinity Two Tone Friend Irish Charm Bead


Be the first to review this product


Quick Overview

Celtic Trinity Two Tone Friend Irish Charm Bead

Celtic Trinity Two Tone Friend Irish Charm Bead

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

  • Tara's Diary Irish Charm Bracelet
  • Tara's Diary Irish Charms Gift Bag
  • Tara's Diary Irish Charm Bracelet
  • Celtic Trinity Two Tone Friend Irish Charm Bead


Celtic Trinity Two Tone Friend Irish Charm Bead


Build your own Irish Charm Bracelet!

The Irish love their symbols...and perhaps none so much more than the Claddagh symbol. The classic symbol is made up of supportive hands, a solid heart and decorated by the unpretentious crown. The three pictures put together are seen throughout Celtic culture and history. Inscribed into the side of the sterling silver is the word, "friendship" in Irish green. The stark contrast between the green, silver and gold creates a truly Irish piece.

Shedding Light

The three images of the Claddagh symbol represent three important virtues: the heart of love, the crown of loyalty and lastly, the hands of friendship. While the complete collection has a meaning all its own, each individual image represents a character as well. The designers at Tara's Diary Collection have separated the meanings into singular beads to showcase just how important each virtue truly is, on its own. Here, "friendship" reigns supreme. 

Matching, Mixing

The collection of beads brought to you by our famed and respected Tara's Diary Collection can always be paired with other pieces. This bead can stand alone as a unique testament to friendship or join the "loyalty" and "love" beads as well, to create a newly formed Claddagh symbol to be seen on a creative necklace or bracelet. Play around with our collection to reflect your individual personality and style.


Material Sterling Silver
Weight 2.2 grams
Width 9.4 mm
Height 11mm

Product Tags

Other people marked this product with these tags:

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.