Claddagh Tin Pendant
Beautiful tin pendant with an Irish Claddagh symbol. The Claddagh is a token of friendship (the hands), love (the heart) and fidelity (the crown).
Originating from Claddagh, a fishermen's village in County Galway, West Ireland, the Claddagh ring was an engagement or marriage ring. Today, it is still related to love but it is also a token of friendship. Many wear the Claddagh as a symbol of cultural identity.
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.