Sterling Silver Claddagh Purity Rings
Question: What is a claddagh ring?
Answer: The traditional wedding ring of the Irish since the 17th Century, the Royal Claddagh ring is today worn by people all over the world as a universal symbol of love, loyalty, friendship and fidelity, and of their Irish heritage.
The ring's distinctive design features two hands clasping a heart surmounted by a crown. The elements of this symbol are often said to correspond to the qualities of friendship (the hands), loyalty (the crown) and love (the heart) that are said to combine in a good marriage.
Purity rings are designed to represent the purity of your faith and determination to wait. These rings function to symbolize the phenomenon of constructive interference.
Constructive Interference occurs when Two waves coincide with one another to join and become One.
This momentous encounter ultimately increases and builds the strength of the Two waves, making them stronger together, As One.
This purity ring serves as a reminder that you are in step with your “true love”, no matter where or who he or she may be.
Although you are both living separate lives, you are still in step as one. When you finally unite as one, it will bring power and strength to both of you and your relationship.