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Gold Celtic Wedding Ring

Gold Celtic wedding ringGold Celtic ring

An intricate, laser engraved, flat profile gold Celtic wedding ring that features a woven Celtic knot design around its entire outer circumference. This ring makes a great alternative gold Celtic ring for men that is built to last with its deep laser engraving and is one of the most stunning of any our Celtic rings for men that we sell.

Made from solid 9ct yellow gold, this ring will wear very well for a wedding ring. 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. It is pictured here in a glossy finish which we think looks the best for rose gold.

Gold prices fluctuate wildly so, please email us before purchasing this item: you may be pleasantly surprised at what we can offer!

Eagle-eyed visitors to our website will spot that this particular model is also available in titanium, 9ct white and 9ct yellow gold and just like this ring all our titanium models can also be made from gold too. Please email us for prices.

Specifications at a quick glance:-

Model: l2h2226CLK1yg.

Width(s) Available: 7mm.

Depth/Wall Thickness Available: Approximately 2mm.

Profile(s) Available: Flat comfort fit.

Metal(s)/Material(s) Available: 9ct yellow gold.

Finish(es) Available: Polished or satin 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.

Available Options:

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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.
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The jewellery pictured above was added to our website on Wednesday 12 April, 2017.