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Elegant Celtic Wedding Rings

Elegant Celtic Wedding Rings

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Elegant Celtic Wedding Rings

Now that you have popped the marriage question and got a “Yes” answer, what’s next? For many, this is the start of many wedding day preparations. The planning of this special day can be a stressful experience considering the myriad of activities needing to be planned for and coordinated such as the catering, wedding ceremony, location booking, photographer, and wedding gown shopping. Being that it is an important milestone in people’s lives, the preparations must be perfect with everything in it’s proper place on wedding day.

While this event will come and go, the memories of the wedding day will live on. One of the symbols of the love between two people on this special day is the wedding ring. While buying wedding rings will depend on the couple’s budget, it’s also important to realize that a wedding ring will be the enduring symbol of a couple’s love long after the champagne toasts and wedding ceremony are over. After all, a couple will have it for the rest of their lives. Thus, the decision to buy a ring should not be taken lightly and a couple should get the best wedding rings they can afford from a trusted jeweler.

As a symbol of everlasting love, what better way to represent it than with a Celtic engagement ring? Compared to traditional wedding rings, the Irish have a rich romantic and enduring Celtic jewelry tradition. Because of this, Celtic wedding bands have become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional wedding rings. Celtic wedding rings are perfect way to seal your wedding vows on this special occasion. It’s easy to see why. Celtic rings are steeped in history and tradition disabled dating back centuries. Their intricate designs or interwoven patterns throughout the metalwork denote a couple’s promise to create a new life together with the one never-ending, continuous circle signifying eternal and endless love. Celtic wedding band designs are derived from Irish manuscripts such as the Book of Kells. In the past, the wearing of Celtic jewelry was an outward sign of a person’s wealth and status. This resulted in many Celtic wedding rings being passed on from one generation to another becoming treasured family heirlooms.

Today, the popularity of such elegant wedding rings enable couples to purchase these Celtic rings from specialty retail jewelry stores online so there is no need to travel to Ireland to get an authentic Celtic wedding ring. Celtic rings are handmade by Irish craftspeople and are shipped all around the world. If you opt to have your wedding ring custom designed, it’s best to do so early. For those couples who prefer to go for classic and timeless Celtic wedding ring designs, there are also many existing design varieties to choose from. A good online retailer like Shanore will have a wide choice of the following ring characteristics: precious metal (white gold or yellow gold), Celtic pattern, ring size, number of gemstones, size of gemstones, etc. The number of possibilities are truly endless and is completely within your control, making them timeless pieces of art that remind you and your loved one of your uncompromising love for each other.

British Library digitised image from page 14 of “Our Farm. The troubles and successes thereof. The story told by F. W. P. and illustrated by L. Wain”
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Title: "Our Farm. The troubles and successes thereof. The story told by F. W. P. and illustrated by L. Wain"
Author(s): Wain, Louis, 1860-1939 [person] ; Pattenden, Frederick William Waldebrand [person] British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 11651.l.22"
Page: 14 (scanned page number – not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)
Place of publication: London (England)
Date of publication: 1888
Publisher: J. Clarke
Type of resource: Monograph
Language(s): English

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