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Caitlin Ring$300 in sterling silver / Peridot
Sterling Silver Ring with Peridot
Delicate Claddagh Ring$215 in sterling silver / Emerald
Sterling Silver Ring with Emerald
Claddagh Ring$417 in sterling silver / Amethyst / White Sapphire
Heart Amethyst Sterling Silver Ring with White Sapphire
Katarina Ring (4mm gem)$126 in sterling silver / Blue Topaz
Round Blue Topaz Sterling Silver Ring
Katarina Ring (6mm gem)$510 in 14k yellow gold / Blue Topaz
Round Blue Topaz 14K Yellow Gold Ring
Katarina Ring (8mm gem)$660 in 14k rose gold / Blue Topaz
Round Blue Topaz 14K Rose Gold Ring
Brilliant Alhambra Band$858 in 14k white gold / Sapphire
14K White Gold Ring with Sapphire
Fiona Ring$1,624 in 14k yellow gold / Aquamarine
Round Aquamarine 14K Yellow Gold Ring
Fiona Marquise Ring$747 in sterling silver / Pink Tourmaline
Marquise Pink Tourmaline Sterling Silver Ring
About Celtic Jewelry
Celtic jewelry is inspired by the art and manuscripts of medieval Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Interlaced knots, repeating patterns, endless braids, and stylized crosses give Celtic jewelry design its distinctive look and intricate symbolism.
The endless knots of Celtic jewelry symbolize the interconnectedness of life. Celtic jewelry is popular because its symbols have many meanings and can have unique personal significance.
Celtic jewelry is often thought of as Irish jewelry but the art tradition has its roots in the mosaic patterns of the Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire. As Irish jewelry, Celtic designs are popular with people of Irish ancestry around the world as well as people who enjoy Celtic music, medieval art, and Art Nouveau design, which have a similar endless line.
The most beautiful Celtic knot rings and Celtic wedding bands have patterns inspired by the famous Book of Kells, an illuminated Gospel from the year 800 that has exquisite engravings of knot patterns.
One of the most popular patterns in Celtic jewelry is the Triqueta, which is a three-sided knot that symbolizes the trinity and also the three realms of nature - air, earth, and water - and the three aspects of man - mind, body, and spirit.
The triskele, or triple spiral, is one of the oldest symbols. Although the ancient Celts did not leave records about the meaning of their evocative designs, historians associate the Triskele symbol with the sun and the union of life and death.
Claddagh rings are one of the most popular styles in Celtic or Irish jewelry. Claddagh rings have a crowned heart held between two hands. The heart symbolizes love, the hands symbolize friendship, and the crown symbolizes loyalty.
Claddagh rings are often used as traditional Irish engagement rings or Irish wedding rings. They are also a traditional friendship or promise ring.
With a little care, your fine jewelry will keep its good looks forever. The best way to clean your jewelry is by soaking it in a bowl of warm water with a few drops of ordinary dish detergent. If needed, use a soft brush where dust and soap can collect. Then just rinse and pat dry with a soft cloth.
You won't have to clean your jewelry as often if you put it on after applying hairspray, perfume, and cosmetics. Be sure to remove your jewelry before strenuous activities like sports. Keep jewelry away from chlorine and other household chemicals. Always make sure it is dry and clean by wiping with a cloth before putting it away.
To protect the beauty of your jewelry, don't keep it in a tangle in a jewelry box. Remember, gems can scratch metal or each other. When you travel, make sure your jewelry pieces don't rub against each other in your bag. Store each piece separately or wrap each one in tissue paper or a soft cloth.
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