Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant in Silver
Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant in 10K Yellow Gold
Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant in 10K White Gold
Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant in 14K Yellow Gold
Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant in 14K White Gold

Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant

This Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant combines the traditional Claddagh symbol with the Ogham language to create a very unique Irish cross.

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This Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant combines the traditional Claddagh symbol with the Ogham language to create a very unique Irish cross.

At the center of this cross sits The Claddagh heart for love. The Claddagh arms are set into the arms of the cross. And the Claddagh crown is set at the top of the cross. Altogether these represent Ireland’s famous Claddagh symbol. The Claddagh symbolizes love, loyalty, and friendship.

At the foot of the Ogham and Claddagh Cross Pendant is the ancient Irish language of Ogham. The word ‘love’ is written in this spiritual ancient language.

The Ogham alphabet is the earliest form of Irish writing, dating back to the 4th century AD. The language is also known as the ‘Celtic Tree Alphabet’. The characters consist of a series of lines and notches scored across a long stem. There are about four hundred surviving examples of Ogham in Ireland.

In legend, the Ogham language was created by the Irish God Ogma, a warrior and the god of eloquence and literature. Some scholars suggest that Ogham was first created as a cryptic alphabet designed by the Irish. They claim that the Irish designed it in response to political, military and religious reasons so that those with knowledge of just Latin could not read it.

We also have plenty of Ogham Rings available and each Ogham ring can also be customized to display your preferred name or word.

This contemporary cross combines these two Celtic symbols to create a very unique Irish Cross Pendant.

SKU: BC001-SIL

Weight Sterling Silver: 4.4 grams approx.

Weight 10K Gold: 4.78 grams approx.

Weight 14K Gold: 5.55 grams approx.

Width: 17 mm approx.

Height: 28.8 mm approx.

Chain: 18″ Spiga chain

Nestled in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains lies Boru ®, home to the finest Celtic jewelry craftsmanship. We put our heart and soul into every piece we create – designing, handcrafting and hallmarking everything with our unique Boru ® style and attention to detail.

Working as a team, we have made many exclusive designs imagined by our customers and realized by our design team and craftsmen.

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We put our heart and soul into every single piece of jewelry we create – designing, handcrafting and hallmarking everything with our unique Boru® style and attention to detail.

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