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Mens Celtic wedding ring

Celtic Wedding Ring For Men

£199.50

This particular black Celtic wedding ring for men has a real Gothic or alternative look to it and is something unlike anything else we have ever seen or even feature on our website. Being all over black and Celtic in design too, we remind ourselves of the Dark Ages of Britain, a time of mystery and legend as this is a ring to stir up the imagination.

The ring is reverse engraved with the familiar Celtic Trinity knot pattern that repeats around its outer all the way around. The ring is flat in profile with two outer rails and a slightly chamfered edging. The bold Trinity knots look stunning against the black zirconium, and this version is the most daring of all the Trinity knot designs we sell.

Being made from zirconium this ring is tougher than gold or silver when it comes to scratch resistance against everyday wear and tear, however, please note that all metals do scratch, but zirconium far less so. The designer has advised us that the engraving for this ring takes an hour to complete. The engraved surface itself is quite textured, therefore adding to the ancient Celtic symbolism depicted. The ring's width is 7mm, and it is available in a satin or polished finish.

Specifications at a quick glance:-

Model: L2H40g2BTrin.

Width(s) Available: 7mm.

Depth/Wall Thickness Available: 2.25mm.

Profile(s) Available: Flat comfort fit.

Metal(s)/Material(s) Available: Zirconium.

Finish(es) Available: Polished or satin matt.

Returns Policy: You may return this UK made men's Celtic ring if it is not to your satisfaction as long as it is not engraved. Please see our terms and conditions.

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