Tin Claddagh Brooch
This brooch features the Irish symbol of love and friendship, the Claddagh. The origins of this design traditionally worn as a ring is surrounded by legends. It is associated with Claddagh, a fishermen's village in County Galway, West Ireland, where a member of the Joyce clan would have created the Claddagh ring - a heart symbolising love nestled in the hands of friendship and crowned by a oath of fidelity - as a present for his love.
The Claddagh refers to universal feelings and is worn everywhere on the planet as a sign of love or friendship.
Width: 30 mm, height: 28 mm.
St Justin is based in Cornwall, a region of Great-Britain famous for its copper and tin mineral resources.
St Justin still keeps alive Celtic legends reflected in its tin and silver jewellery.