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In addition to providing our customers with gorgeous wedding bands that evoke the spirit of thousands of years of Celtic history, art and culture, we also provide the ultimate in caring and professional service. When you choose Irish Celtic Jewels, you’ll be able to shop with true confidence.

Because each ring that we offer comes with a low-price guarantee, as well as a 30-day, money-back guarantee, you may be certain that you’ll never pay more than you have to, and that you may return your new design if it doesn’t live up to your expectations. In addition, we offer a Fedex shipping option that will make it possible for you to receive your new ring promptly. Since we don’t charge sales tax to our American clients, shopping with us is a great way to save money, while also accessing the fine Celtic jewelry that you’ve always wanted.

Each ring that we provide will be specially crafted, according to your exact specifications. This means that you’ll receive a piece that is truly yours alone. Some designs will take up to three weeks to create, while others may be available faster. Every wedding ring that you purchase via our online, secure-shopping interface will come in a beautiful presentation box that shows off its beauty to absolute perfection.

What do Celtic Symbols Mean?

Now that you know more about our lovely wedding rings, you may be curious about their symbols and exactly what they mean. To help you learn what you need to know, we’ve created a quick guide to Celtic symbols…

Celtic Knots – Since the early medieval period, Celtic knot work has been used to express the interconnectedness of all things. Knot work of this type is also known as interlace, and it’s one of the most hypnotic and beautiful examples of Celtic symbolism. When you choose a Celtic wedding band that is engraved with Celtic knots, you’ll access a potent symbol of eternity.

Trinity Knots – Trinity Knots are striking in their simplicity. These three-part designs feature equal segments that symbolize Father, Son and Holy Spirit. For centuries, the elegant Trinity Knot has been used to represent the Holy Trinity in Ireland, Scotland and Wales. If you want a Celtic wedding ring that is also a symbol of faith, you’ll adore our Trinity Knot designs.

Claddagh Symbols – Uniquely Irish, Claddagh Symbols feature a romantic, crowned-heart-and-hands motif that is ideally suited to wedding bands. Illustrating love and loyalty, the Irish Claddagh symbol is a perfect expression of passion, ardor and friendship. When you choose a Claddagh wedding band, you’ll show the world that your true love means everything to you.

Now that you know more about our collection of handmade Celtic wedding rings, why not choose your favorite today?