Claddagh Wedding Bell
The Claddagh symbolises the "Love, Loyalty and Friendship" held between two people in marriage.
The old Irish tradition of giving the "Trouble Bell" was made to prevent any unhappiness linger for more than its due. When an argument broke out and went to the point of either side not talking to the other, the bell came into action! When the bell was rung by one party, the other knew it was time to settle the dispute.
The "Trouble Bell" or "Wedding Bell" saved many an Irish couple from long cold nights!