Celtic Ring Collection
Browse our Celtic Ring Collection. This beautiful collection of rings is inspired by Celtic mythology. It is believed by many that the Iron Age Celts and early Celts held a polytheistic religious structure, where they believed in many Gods. It is also said that the Celts had held a Christian faith passed down from the early age Celts. Either way, the Celtic jewellery design tells a story of a spiritual path inspired by their beliefs. The Celtic Knot-work jewellery expresses the presence of the physical, mental and spiritual or the Holy Trinity, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. This extraordinary design shows the intertwining of each knot which signifies everlasting life. Our Irish ring collection is complete with many types of Celtic Knot-work, including the Trinity Knot design, the Triskel Knot spiral design and the Open Weave Celtic design.
The Celtic Warrior rings in this collection are spectacular to behold. Celtic Warrior jewellery is inspired by the design on the Ardagh Chalice which was found in Limerick Ireland, by a man digging for potatoes. The Chalice is believed to be one of the most tremendous finds for the early Irish church and is believed to have been used in the celebration of mass. Inscribed on the bottom of the chalice is the twelve disciples names. The bowl includes silver and gold design and has beautiful filigree panels which is the inspiration for these beautiful warrior rings. The assortment of Celtic rings are made up of sterling silver, white gold and yellow gold. The rings are made with 9kt, 10kt and 14kt white and yellow gold and are designed to honour the Celts.
The array of rings include the Trinity Knot-work design, the Shamrock design, the Open Weave design, the Celtic Warrior design and there is a selection of beautiful cubic zirconia stone set Celtic rings included for your pleasure.
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Is your wedding day approaching? Is it time to select the rings that you and your spouse will wear forever? If the answer is yes then you have come to the right place. A Celtic wedding band is a beautiful way to celebrate both your love and heritage. Only here at Celtic-WeddingRings.com are you offered such an extensive range of exquisite womens and mens Celtic knot wedding rings inspired by the unrivalled designs of the ancient Irish and Celtic cultures.
Simple Promise Rings Celtic Heart Knot Rings for Women
This Simple Promise Celtic Heart Knot Ring for Women is made of 925 sterling silver. It has a gorgeous polished surface that is smooth and comfortable to wear. The ring is designed with a complex Celtic design, and the Celtic knot is a symbol of interrelationship and eternity. This timeless band can be worn alone or stacked with other rings. It is the best gift for weddings, engagements, anniversaries, Valentine's Day and birthdays. We will send you a high-end exquisite jewelry box with a lifetime warranty and a 30-day free return policy.
- Metal Features: ① Skin-friendly ② Light Weight ③ Lustrous ④ Safe and Comfort ⑤ Durable
- Occasions: Promise, Engagement, Marriage, Anniversary, Daily Wear, etc. A perfect gift for your lover or spouse with an elegant jewellery box.
- Special Service: Free Custom Engraving. You can remember special days, meaningful handwriting, etc. by carving inside the ring.
- Guarantee: Friendly customer service and lifetime warranty covering any damage and size exchange.
|Size||5 - 10|
|Type of Fit||Comfort Fit|
|Free Ring Box||Yes|
|Shipping||5-20 Days(free) / 3-7 Days($15)|
# Sterling Silver Rings Maintenance
① Avoid chemicals.
② Not wear it when sleeping or taking a shower or doing sports.
③ Avoid violent collision.
④ Frequently wearing the ring is better.
⑤ Put it into the jewel box when it's not used.
# Sterling Silver Rings Cleaning
① Clean it with a soft toothbrush and toothpaste and rinse the bubbles off with ammonia water.
② Wipe the ring with a soft cloth.
③ Put it into the jewel box after cleaning.
A promise ring is token of love you give to your partner. Often given as a pre-engagement ring it symbolizes love and commitment. Promise rings can be of any style and any metal. However with the meaning and symbolism of Irish Celtic and Claddagh rings we feel they make the perfect promise ring.
Origin of The Promise Ring – The Posy Ring
Gaining much popularity in recent years, the concept of a Promise ring has been around since the 15th and 16th century. Quite possibly originating from the Posy Ring from Medieval times. Posy rings are gold rings with a short inscription on the surface. The name ‘Posy’, ‘Poesy’ derives from the word poetry meaning short rhyme. Popular in France and England the rings were used to communicate secret messages of love between the giver and the recipient. Wearing these words on your skin was believed to increase their poignancy.
What is a Promise Ring
- Pre-engagement ring – a promise ring is can be used as a romantic gesture to propose so that you can then both enjoy picking out the engagement ring together. Perhaps with your current financial circumstances you cannot afford the proper engagement ring just yet, in which case a promise ring can be worn until this changes.
- The first token in a relationship – A promise ring can be given to your romantic partner to signify how serious you are about where the relationship is heading. Following proper etiquette it is advised to give a promise ring only after 6 months to a year of dating
- A promise to love forever
- Commitment ring – for some that perhaps do not believe in marriage, a promise ring is a way to display their commitment to a monogamous relationship
The Claddagh Ring
– An Irish Promise of Love, Loyalty and Friendship –
Grá, Dílseacht agus Cairdeas
An Irish symbol of Love, Loyalty and Friendship this iconic Irish ring makes the perfect promise ring. Of course many myths and fables surround the origin of the legendary Claddagh ring. However the most substantiated and most romantic story would be that of Richard Joyce.
A Promise of Enduring Love & Commitment
Richard Joyce was a young Irish Sailor who lived in the Claddagh, a little fishing village in the heart of Galway. Whilst on a voyage in the Meditarranean the young sailor was taken captive by Algerian pirates. Spending many years in captivity in Tunis he acquired his skill as a goldsmith.
When William III came to the throne of England in 1698, he concluded an agreement whereby all his subjects who were held in captivity were to be allowed to return to their homes. It is said that by this time Joyce’s master became quite attached to him. Offering his most beautiful daughter as his bride in an attempt to keep the Galway man. This offer, however Joyce refused. Holding the memory of his sweetheart from Galway deep in his heart, Joyce refused this offer. He returned to his homeland the Claddagh. Thus, the iconic Claddagh ring was born. Designed as a token of his enduring love, he declared
“With these hands I give you my heart, and I crown it with my love”
The Heart representing Love, the Hands representing Friendship and finally the Crown as a symbol of Loyalty to both his sweetheart and his home the Claddagh. With this special symbolism and meaning the Claddagh ring makes a truly romantic promise ring.
Of course there are many different styles of Claddagh rings to choose from and there are no rules as to how much you should spend. Essentially you may want to buy our entry level silver Claddagh ring. Handmade here in our workshop this is a quality durable ring at a very reasonable price. The ring can be engraved with a date or your initials. Adding a personal touch while creating a lasting memento of your promise to each other. On the other hand it may be within your means to buy one of our beautiful Diamond Claddagh rings for your loved one. In which case you might decide to keep as an engagement and have a wedding ring made to match. Whatever your means, the sentiment stays the same. And there is no stronger Irish symbol of love and commitment than an authentic Claddagh Ring.
How To Wear Your Claddagh Ring as an Irish Promise Ring
Today the Claddagh ring is worn worldwide as a symbol of your Irish Heritage. However traditionally wearing a Claddagh ring is a clever way to display your relationship status. There are many different ways in which you can wear your Claddagh ring. If you are lucky enough to receive a Claddagh ring as a promise ring, you can choose between the two ways listed below
- On Your Right Hand –
Wear on the ring finger with the heart facing towards yours to imply your heart is taken.
Wear on your ring finger with the heart facing outwards to imply you are engaged to be married.
Is a Promise Ring the Same as a Commitment Ring
A commitment ring shares a similar concept to a Promise Ring. Just like the name suggests it is worn by two people to show that they are in a committed and monogamous relationship. Couples who for some reason or other cannot get married or maybe do not believe in marriage wear commitment rings in place of wedding rings. Again as with Promise rings, commitment rings can be of any style or price. This Celtic Diamond diamond eternity ring makes an ideal choice. With a subtle I Love You etched on the side, this beautiful Celtic design serves as a constant reminder of enduring love. Many of our Celtic and Claddagh collection have matching ladies and men’s rings. For example, this very popular silver Corrib Claddagh ring. Combining the symbolism of the Claddagh along with the Trinity it creates a beautiful Irish symbol of your commitment.
Personalize Your Promise Ring With A Free Engraving
Taking inspiration from the Posy ring why not engrave a special date or short message on the inside of these rings? In medieval times they believed wearing the words so close to your skin increased their poignancy. Where possible we offer free engraving on all of our rings. Thus creating a very romantic and treasured gift for you.
Popular Irish Engravings
- Grá mo Chroí
- Le Grá
- Mo Chuisle
- Grá go Deo
- Mo Chroí
How To Give A Promise Ring
Giving a promise ring is a very romantic gesture in itself. That said the act of giving should be treated just as important. While it may not be a proposal of marriage just yet it is a symbol of forever. Valentine’s day, Christmas, New Years and the anniversary of your first date are all ideal occasions in which to present the love of your life with this symbol of commitment. And just like an engagement you might want to choose a place that holds a very special meaning to you.
If you are presenting one of our Claddagh rings you could always quote the Richard Joyce himself and say “With these hands I give you my heart, and I crown it with my love”
Or you might choose one of our beautiful Celtic rings and point out the symbol of the Trinity knot while confessing your enduring love. Grá Mo Chroí Tú
Choose The Perfect Irish Promise Ring
Whatever your reasons for giving a Promise ring we hope this helps you to choose the perfect symbol of your love. Explore our range of Claddagh and Celtic rings to find an Irish ring that bests symbolizes your love and commitment.
Promise rings celtic
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