Silver Irish "Claddagh" Wedding Coin

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Crafted from Solid Sterling silver by a Silversmith in Ireland.

Crafted from Solid Sterling silver by a Silversmith in Ireland.

Dimensions: 1 1/4" in diameter, 1/8" thick.

Weight: 14 grammes approx.

Retail Value: $119.99

Meaning of Design

Ta a lan notai I bport an bhanais": The old Gaelic saying is etched onto the coin and it translates "There are a lot of notes in the wedding tune". This teaches us that there is much to learn of each other if we are to sing in tune and live in harmony. We have surrounded the couple with this saying and on the reverse side we have chosen the ancient Ogham/gaelic alphabet to spell... "Gra Go Deo", which Translates to "Love Forever". This has been placed above the Claddagh, the irish symbol for Love, Loyalty and Friendship.

The Tradtion: The custom of the Groom presenting his Bride with a coin is said to date back to the time when the Groom paid luck money to the family of the Bride, in order to bring happiness and blessings upon them.  After the exchange of wedding rings, the coin would be presented to the Bride as a symbol of worldy goods, (with this gold and silver etc..). There is a contemporary custom where the Bride and Groom exchange coins, and it is said that, if the coins clink as they are exchanged, the couple will be blessed with children.After the wedding the gift is often preserverd as a family heirloom, and is passed from mother to eldest son on his wedding day.
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Mo Anam Cara: Means ‘My soul mate‘

Ghrá go deo: Means: Means ‘Love Forever‘

Ghrá Dilseacht Cairdeas: Means ‘Love, Loyalty & Friendship‘

Mo shíorghrá: Means ‘My eternal love‘

A Chara: Means ‘friend’

A Stór: (pronounced ‘store’) Means ‘my treasure’, usually used to express affectionate friendship, especially for parent and children relationships.

A Chroí: (pronounced ‘cree’) Means ‘my heart’, a stronger version of the above, meant more for lovers to use.

Mo Ghrá (pronounced ‘graw’): Means ‘my love’, for relationships that are that little bit more serious!

Mo Cuishle (pronounced ‘coosh-la’): Literally means ‘my pulse’, for the person who makes your heart beat. Often generally translated as ‘my darl

A Thaisce: (pronounced ‘hash-ka’) Means ‘my treasure’, another version of ‘a stór’.

A Chumann: (pronounced ‘come-an’) Means ‘my sweetheart’, but is also the word for ‘society’, which can be confusing!

Mo Shearc (pronounced ‘hark’): Means ‘my love’ Another simple version of ‘mo ghrá’.

Mo Rúnsearc (pronounced ‘roon-hark’): Literally means ‘my secret love’, there is no direct equivalent in English.

Mo Mhuirnin (pronounced ‘mur-neen’): Means ‘my little darling’ or ‘my dear’, a more formal phrase

Mo fhíorghra: (pronounced ‘heer-graw’) Means ‘my true love’, one of the most romantic phrases around.

Mo shíorghra: Means ‘my eternal love’, sometimes used as a term for ‘soulmates’.

A Ghrá mo Chroí: Means ‘my heart’s beloved’ or ‘the love of my heart’.

A Ghrá Geal: (pronounced ‘graw gee-yal’) Means ‘my bright love’, often the term used to describe a boyfriend/girlfriend.

Seanleannán (pronounced ‘shan-lan-awn’): Literally means ‘old love’, or ‘old flame’.

A Pheata (pronounced ‘fat-a’): Means ‘a mother’s darling’, for a mother to express endearment for her children.

A chéadsearc (pronounced ‘cade-shark’): Means ‘my first love’, or ‘my one and only’.

Is tú mo ghrá : You are my love.

Is tú grá geal mo chroí: You are the bright love of my heart.

Mo ghrá thú: literally ‘my love you’, i.e. ‘you are my love’, the most common expression

Tá grá agam duit: I have love for you

Táim i ngrá leat: I’m in love with you

Tá mo chroí istigh ionat: My heart is within you

Tá cion agam ort: literally ‘there is love/affection at me on you’, or ‘I have a soft spot for you’.

Grá mo chroí: Love of my heart

Thabharfainn fuil mo chroí duit: I’d give you the blood of my heart

A stór mo chroí: Love of my heart

Mo Leannán: My lover

Is tú mo rogha: You are my chosen one

A chuisle mo chroí: My heart’s beloved

Tá tú mo chéadsearc: You are my true love

Is tusa mo ghrá: Literally “You are my love”

Ádhraím thú: I adore you

Is grá mo shaol í (é): She/he is the love of my life

Le grá go deo: with love forever