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Celtic Shield Wedding Rings

The Celtic Shield Wedding Ring collection draws inspiration from the Ardagh Chalice – one of Ireland’s best-known national treasures. The gold filigree band that encircles the chalice is at the heart of the design behind this range.

The chalice was discovered in September 1868, by two men digging for potatoes near the village of Adare in County Limerick. The Ardagh Chalice is the finest example of Eighth-century metalwork ever to be discovered and is currently housed at the National Museum of Ireland. According to the book Treasures of Early Irish Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: 1977):

A wide range of materials have been used to create a work of perfection. The silver bowl, provided with handles for lifting, is linked by a gilded collar to a conical silver foot, made more stable by a broad horizontal flange on the chalice, where decoration is used, it is sumptuous. Ultimate LaTene scrolls, plain interlace, plaits, and frets abound. The techniques employed are engraving, casting, filigree, cloisonn, and enameling. Below the horizontal band of gold filigree on the bowl the names of the Apostles in shining metal standout in a sea of stippling.

850.001,050.00

Celtic Shield Wedding Rings

Celtic Shield Wedding Band with Rims

850.001,050.00

Celtic Shield Wedding Rings

Celtic Shield Wedding Ring with Rims

850.001,050.00

Celtic Shield Wedding Rings

Gold Celtic Shield Wedding Band

550.00850.00

Celtic Shield Wedding Rings

Gold Celtic Shield Wedding Band

650.00

Celtic Shield Wedding Rings

Gold Celtic Shield Wedding Ring

450.00800.00




Frequently Asked Questions

Celtic shield wedding rings are inspired by ancient warrior shields and symbolize strength, protection, and enduring love, making them a powerful emblem for marriage.

Absolutely, these rings can be personalized with various metals, finishes, and even the addition of gemstones, allowing couples to create a unique piece that resonates with their bond.

These rings are commonly made from gold, silver, platinum, and palladium, offering a range of options to suit different preferences and budgets.

Regular cleaning with a soft cloth and mild soap, avoiding harsh chemicals, and professional inspections can help preserve the intricate carvings and overall beauty of your ring.

Yes, Celtic shield designs appeal to all, with varying widths and styles available to suit different tastes, ensuring a meaningful choice for any individual.

Their rich symbolism and historical roots, combined with the opportunity for personalization, make Celtic shield rings a distinctive and meaningful choice for those seeking a connection to Celtic heritage.

Celtic shield patterns are characterized by their intricate knotwork and motifs derived from ancient warrior shields, offering a more robust and protective symbolism than other Celtic designs.

Many designs allow for the integration of diamonds or colored gemstones, adding a personal touch and extra sparkle to the symbolic patterns.

Consider the ring's metal type, the level of detail in the shield design, and how it reflects your personal style and the symbolism you wish to convey in your marriage.

The Celtic shield motif embodies the ideas of protection and strength, resonating with couples who view their partnership as a safe haven and a source of mutual support.