The never-ending Celtic knots depicted on our palladium solitaire iolite celtic jewelry symbolize the interconnectedness of life. The designs of Celtic rings are inspired by the art and manuscripts of medieval Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Endless interwoven knots, looping braids, interlaced lines and distinctive crosses give Celtic rings their unique and distinctive style that appeals to people all around the world. The most beautiful palladium solitaire iolite celtic jewelry and Celtic wedding rings have patterns inspired by the famous Book of Kells, an illuminated Gospel from the year 800 with exquisite illustrations. Claddagh rings, with a design of a crowned heart held between two hands symbolizing love, friendship and loyalty, are the most popular celtic rings. One of the most popular symbols in palladium solitaire iolite celtic jewelry is the Triqueta, a three-sided symbol of the trinity. The triqueta also refers to the nature's air, earth, and water and man's mind, body, and spirit. Gemvara selects the finest possible materials to make our palladium solitaire iolite celtic jewelry to order, just for you. Our precious metals are recycled or responsibly mined. Slate blue iolite was once known as "water sapphire" for its less-intense blue color. Iolite is difficult to cut since it is different colors when viewed in different directions. Gemvaras iolite is carefully oriented and cut for maximum brilliance. Iolite is the 21st anniversary gem. Palladium is the newest precious metal. A platinum group metal, palladium is rare, lustrous, and naturally white. Gemvara's fine quality palladium solitaire iolite celtic jewelry are handcrafted to our exacting standards in America.
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