Celtic Wedding Rings

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    Celtic wedding rings was undoubtedly a form of sacred, artistic expression. Some of the most famous designs were preserved in highly embellished, illuminated manuscripts, such as the Book of Kells which somehow survived the Viking invasions.

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    Celtic design was particularly popular in the Renaissance. Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael studied and depicted knots in their work. In modern times, some of Picasso's early art is highly influenced by knot work. And there has always been a group of metal and visual artists that have kept the Celtic fires burning by using the knot work patterns in jewelry and other forms of artistic expression.
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    Celtic wedding ring is an expression of their wish to connect deeply into their own ancestry. They feel empathy with a European based tribal tradition that treats the earth as Mother. Simple polished band rings with interpreted Celtic art, incorporating the freedom of line or inscribed with runes, the ancient writing of the Norse.

    Diamonds will always symbolise love: everlasting, rare and precious. A personal and sensitive emotion represented by a unique and stylish gem. The understated elegance of our Celtic diamond rings, classic or contemporary, provide a lasting keepsake of your love.

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