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Unique Celtic Wedding Rings
Handmade Irish Wedding Rings in heritage inspiring styles.
Amongst the most popular Celtic wedding ring styles is the Claddagh Wedding Ring. The timeless design of the Claddagh ring is related to a couple's relationship & marriage. The hands show friendship, the heart shows love, while the crown represents fidelity.
Another favorite Celtic wedding ring is the Celtic Knot. The rugged twists and turns of the Celtic knot symbolize the unending love that binds two people together in marriage and is thought to symbolize the interconnectedness through life.
Whichever style you choose, the quality of workmanship of our unique Celtic wedding rings is sure to impress you. Whether your preference is sterling silver, or we create your Celtic or Claddagh ring in 14K yellow or white gold, you'll appreciate the attention to detail for the rest of your life.
Ogham, pronounced "ohm" was used by the Ancient Irish Celts. This form of writing was used from about 600 BC to about 700 AD. The Ogham alphabet contains 20 letters made up of a vertical line with dots and dashes and is read starting from the bottom to the top.
While all surviving traces of Ogham are inscriptions on stone, it was…Continue
Posted on January 21, 2019 at 2:38pm
Boru, located in Dublin Ireland award-winning Irish jeweler owned and operated by Paul & Lisa O’Neil.
After two centuries of Viking domination, Brian Boru became the last High King of all Ireland in 1002. His patriotism and personal sacrifice brought warring clans together, under one king,…
Posted on January 14, 2019 at 3:07pm — 1 Comment
The word "Rune" means "secret wisdom" or "mystery". The runic alphabet is comprised of a 24 rune sequence, like the alphabet, that is known as the futhark. Like other phonetics based alphabets, each rune represents an idea and a sound, making them useful to spell out words. Though most experts believe their creation occurred sometime in the first…Continue
Posted on January 3, 2019 at 2:19pm