Five Great Celtic Wedding Rings For 2015

At Celtic Jewelry Designers we search for only the very best in Celtic style. If you’re making ready for a wedding and want to find a spectacular ring that truly stands out, here are our five current favorite picks. 18k Ladies Narrow Corrib Claddagh band from Fado Here’s a very sleek, elegant gold ring that combines the classic Claddagh design with a Celtic knot motif. The old symbol of loyalty and love is given a super stylish treatment here by Fado, one of our finest Irish jewelry designers. Named for Lough Corrib, which flows into Galway Bay from the Corrib River. Variations on the same ring are available: The same 18k wedding band for men. A 14k gold version for ladies. The same 14k gold ring for men. A more affordable, beautiful version of the same ring in white gold. Ladies Trinity Knot Wedding Ring In Silver & 10k Yellow...

Finding The Best Celtic Wedding Ring

Your wedding day is the best of all moments to express eternal devotion and loyalty, and there are no better symbols to do that than the knot and Claddagh designs on Celtic wedding rings. It’s little wonder that they’re incredibly popular with couples who want to bring style and symbolism to their big day. Celtic knots trace back to the book of Kells in Dublin and have become associated with spirituality. The continuous nature of the knots expresses a sense of endlessness and eternal promise. Often intertwined with hearts, the knots are widely accepted today as a symbol of love. (Learn more about the symbolism behind Celtic knots here) Mo Anam Cara is another type of popular celtic wedding ring. The phrase translates literally from the old Irish as "my soul mate." The old world Celts actually believed that it was necessary to find you...

Claddagh Rings Style And Symbolism

Claddagh rings may be the most recognizable pieces of Irish adornment on the planet. The symbolism in that favorite heart, hands and crown design centers around friendship and loyalty – ideas that clearly appeal to us now as much as they did hundreds of years ago when the first Claddagh ring was created (click here for more on the Claddagh’s meaning). Mens Claddagh rings are particularly popular, and are often spotted on celebrities from both Ireland and the US. Demand for them has pushed jewelry makers to create more and more variations of silver, gold, and diamond pieces, as well as a huge variety of Claddagh wedding rings.Click here to shop some of the world’s finest Claddagh rings Some interesting examples available on Celtic Jewelry...

Celtic Wedding Ring Tattoos – A Very Old Idea Popular With Modern Couples

The ancient Celts were essentially a tribe. And like other tribal peoples around the world, they have a long tradition of adorning themselves with tattoos. At marriage ceremonies in the old world, Celtic couple generally showed matching tattoos rather than exchanging rings. These days, modern brides and grooms with a taste for Celtic style have picked up on this tradition by getting wedding tattoos in addition to, or in some cases instead of, wedding rings. Tattoos, obviously, have a sense of permanence that’s often seen to reflect a deep commitment. The most popular types are ring tattoos that simply take the place of a ring on the finger. If you’re considering this approach, remember that some of the Celtic designs used carry particular meanings: Spirals: Evolution and continued growth. Circular: Completeness or...