Choosing a Celtic Ring
When choosing a ring, you must consider your ring size. For example if you choose a 3.5mm wide ring in a size that suits - all is good. But if you choose a ring with a wider shank, say, a 7.5mm wide shank, you should consider a size one up from whichever size you thought was correct.
As all our wedding bands are continuous all around in design and the join is seamless, it is not practical to subsequently size the ring up to suit the finger - so, you must get it right first time.
Our rings can be made from the following purities of gold:
- 10 carat gold
- 14 carat gold
- 18 carat gold
Our rings also come in platinum, palladium and silver. All are precious metals to the core and independently assayed in our Dublin Assay office in Dublin Castle.
The meaning of a Celtic Ring
We are all different. Whether you are single, in a relationship, married, living together, madly in love, trying to rekindle a loving relationship, or just want to express how you feel towards another person in an impersonal world that we are all trying to improve.
Choosing a celtic ring isn't just about being Irish or of Irish descent. It is for everyone, because the theme of love and friendship and loyalty is a universal theme.
Our offerings in the Celtic range include Claddagh, Celtic Knot, Arda and especially wedding bands which also make exceptional eternity rings which signify "past love, present love and future love forever".