Baltimore, MD - November 19, 2006
While the origin of the Irish claddagh ring is largely unknown, it is generally agreed that the heart represents love, the hands friendship, and the crown loyalty. Traditionally, if the ring is worn on the right hand with the heart facing out (towards the fingertips), it means the wearer is not in a serious relationship; their heart is open. On the right hand with the heart facing in means their heart is taken. On the left hand, on the... uh... other hand, with the heart out means engaged and heart in means married.
So sorry boys (and certain girls), she's taken.
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