The claddagh ring—two hands holding a heart—becomes an heirloom in a family, and is handed down from mother to daughter.
One nailed me as I was passing her vegetable shop in the claddagh.
The claddagh fishing village by Galway is something not to be missed.
I am told that no citizen of claddagh has ever been before a Galway court, either as a plaintiff or defendant.
The Englishman who desires a new sensation should pay a visit to the claddagh.
A large number of the population is employed in the salmon and herring fishery, and the claddagh is their home.
Galway is divided into the old and new towns, while a suburb known as the claddagh is inhabited by fishermen.
It is called claddagh, and consists of a colony of fishermen numbering with their families some five or six thousand.
Specimens of the distinctive claddagh ring, for example, were worn and treasured as venerated heirlooms.
This particular pattern has been the marriage-ring of the claddagh fishing tribes for many centuries.
in Claddagh ring (Irish fáinne Chladach), from village of Claddagh, County Gallway. The village name is literally "stony beach."