Robert Emmet Company

Medium Brass Claddagh Door Knocker Cross Back

Was: $57.45
Now: $49.00

■ Irish door knocker manufactured from solid polished brass, a material with great corrosion resistance, making a lasting addition to your home
■ Designed in the shape of an Irish Claddagh ring, a symbol showcasing a crowned heart held by two hands, symbolizing love, loyalty, and friendship
■ Adorned with a Celtic cross back, a beautiful representation of faith and hope that will add cultural essence to your doors
■ Our door knocker measures approximately 4.5” x 4”, and comes with mounting bolts measuring ⅜” in diameter, and instructions so you can easily install it on your door
■ Our door knocker is a lovely gift for a dear one and will make any home feel like a celebration of Irish heritage right from the entrance


The perfect gift for weddings, anniversaries, housewarming or the holidays, this Medium Brass Claddagh Door Knocker with a Celtic Cross Backing symbolizes love, loyalty and friendship with its heart topped with a crown embraced by two clasping hands. The Claddagh design dates back over 400 years and is among the most recognizable symbols of Ireland.

The Celtic cross backing hinge is richly detailed with beautiful Celtic knot patterns, connecting this knocker to a long history of intricate Irish design dating back millennia. The backing, Claddagh, and separate clapper are made of solid brass and polished to a remarkable shine.

The Robert Emmet Company specializes in bringing American craftsmanship to Irish design. Founded in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1987 by Robert Emmet Reilly, The Robert Emmet Company remains family owned and operated and is committed to spreading the passion and quality of Celtic artwork. The company works with local merchants, jewelry makers, and metalworkers to create some of the finest quality Irish home décor and accents to the American market.

Knocker measures 4.5 in. H x 4 in. W. Polished solid brass. Includes two 3/8 in. mounting bolts and installation instructions. Gift boxed.