A set of three women's 9ct yellow gold Celtic tribal rings for the price of one and designed to be worn on the same finger all at the same time. When they are all sat next to each other, the approximate total width is 8mm. They are entirely handmade and all crafted individually, so no two sets are exactly identical. The basis for the design style is influenced by the Celtic culture, reflecting a tribal look. The Celts lived in Europe in tribes or groups. From top to bottom as featured they appear as follows.
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The first ring features small dotted indents. The little indents come randomly placed around the rings entire outer circumference. This ring has a polished finish, and the profiling comes rounded.
Secondly, the next ring is plain matte in finish and features the same profiling as the indented ring previously described. This ring sits in-between the two patterned rings.
Finally, the third ring is flat in profile and features rectangular cutouts. Each one is individual and random in shape, once again reflecting the Celtic tribal aspect of the design done by hand, and it comes in polished gold too. Pictured here in 9ct white gold also. Please email us for further information.
Specifications at a quick glance:-
Width(s) Available: 8mm.
Profile(s) Available: Mixed.
Metal(s)/Material(s) Available: 9ct yellow gold or 9ct white gold.
Finish(es) Available: Polished and matt.
Returns Policy: This item is made to order so, therefore, non-returnable unless faulty or not as described. Please see our terms and conditions.
UK Ring Size:
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