• Irish Glassware: PAIR of Celtic Bride and Groom Toasting Champagne glasses - (8 oz) glass with Blue Bowl and clear stem - Trinity Claddagh design


    These glasses are made to order

    The perfect "bride and groom" gift! A gift for yourselves for that special toast or a gift from you to the happy couple. Featuring the traditional Claddagh with a twist - replacing the hands of friendship with the trinity to represent the eternity of marriage. These glasses can be customized to include the Bride and Groom's names and the date of the wedding on the rear of the glass for an additional $10. Contact me!

    The Story of the Claddagh
    The invention of the Claddagh ring is often attributed to Richard Joyce, a fisherman from the village of Claddagh near Galway. Richard was engaged to be married when, one fateful day, the fishing boat he was on was attacked by pirates who kidnapped the entire crew and sold them into slavery in Northern Africa.
    Richard was bought by a goldsmith in Algeria where he was put to work as a goldsmith’s apprentice. There he stayed, learning the craft and never forgetting the girl he’d left behind.
    Richard Joyce was awarded his freedom after many years of service and set off on the long journey home. On his return to Ireland he found that his true love had never lost hope that they would be reunited and had waited for him all the years of his absence. He used his new found skills as a goldsmith to invent the Claddagh ring for her. Finally the couple were married and according to the story, lived happily ever after in the village of Claddagh.