Both of these lovely white gold Celtic rings are available to buy separately on our website but here is your chance to save a massive amount of money if you happen to be looking for a Celtic bridal set.
The plain ring is the Scottish Celtic knot wedding ring, a traditional Celtic wedding ring. The designer has informed us that the actual Knotwork for this ring comes based on some real Celtic treasure unearthed on the Scottish Isles during the 1950's. The width of this ring is approximately 5mm, and the handmade Celtic knot design goes all the way around the band signifying the Celtic never ending line of life.
The engagement ring is also a traditional Scottish Celtic Gemstone set ring shown here in 9ct white gold and set with a blue topaz. The Celtic knot pattern features around the entire outer of the ring again symbolising the never ending in the Celtic language. The ring measures approximately 5mm wide and the Amethyst 4.8mm in diameter.
Coloured gemstones make an unusual alternative to a diamond for engagement rings and are far cheaper too. This set is also available in red garnet, purple amethyst and a white diamond as well as 9ct yellow gold also, so if you are interested in any of these options, then please do email us and we will let you know more. These designs make a good choice as matching wedding rings, and we can even offer you a further discount too if you were to buy another plain ring as the ring for him.
Specifications at a quick glance:-
Width(s) Available: 10mm combined.
Precious stone(s) Available: 1 x 4.8mm blue topaz.
Profile(s) Available: Flat profile.
Metal(s)/Material(s) Available: 9ct white gold.
Finish(es) Available: Polished.
Returns Policy: This item is made to order so, therefore, non-returnable unless faulty or not as described. Please see our terms and conditions.
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PRICE PROMISE: If you think you may have seen any item of jewellery on our website at a lower price either online or elsewhere, let us know, and we will price match like for like. YES! We can BEAT anyone. Please read through our terms and conditions above before purchasing any jewellery. The jewellery pictured above was added to our website on Thursday 30 November, 2017.