The story of the Claddagh

How to wear the Claddagh Ring.: When the Claddagh is  worn on the right hand, with crown and heart facing out, it signifies the wearer's heart is not yet won. When in love, the Claddagh is worn on the left hand and the heart and crown face inwards. The crown and heart facing inwards declares to all that you've found the love of your life and you shall spend your life together. What better expression of love, marriage is there?

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Rune

The word "Rune" means "secret wisdom" or "mystery". Custom Rune Wedding rings at Unique Celtic Wedding Rings.

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Mary Comerford
Gaelic Wedding Rings

Gaelltanas Siorai is Gaelic and translates to Eternal promise. In the collection are four Gaelic messages in two beautiful styles. Mo Anam Cara (My Soul Mate), Gra Go Deo, (Love Forever) , Gra Dilseacht Cairdeas (Love Loyalty and Friendship) , Gra Geal Mo Chroi (Bright Love of My Heart) .

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Mary Comerford
Ogham

Ogham, pronounced "ohm" was used by the Ancient Irish Celts. This form of writing was used from about 600 BC to about 700 AD.  The Ogham alphabet contains 20 letters . Learn more:

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Custom Celtic Wedding Bands

Making a Custom Celtic Wedding Ring?  It goes without saying that all of the rings we carry from our jewelers are just beautiful and certainly don't need improvement, that being said you may want to make some minor changes to some of our existing rings or design a ring all your own using one of these as inspiration.  

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Mary Comerford
Tree of Life & Wedding Ring

The meaning of the Tree of Life can be debated among many groups of people.  There are references and citations throughout many parts of the world as well in many religions all pointing to different meanings and interpretations. 

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Mary Comerford
Detailed Sizing Instructions

You have found the perfect wedding ring online but you not sure of your size.   What do you do?  The three best options for finding your correct size are: Being sized professionally by a jeweler and finding a ring that fits and find out the size.

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Mary Comerford
Top 12 Celtic Wedding Traditions

Top 12 Celtic Wedding Traditions: Wedding ceremonies are one of the most significant occasions of a person’s life.  Couples dedicate large amounts of time, money and effort planning and preparing their special day to ensure it will be perfect.

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Mary Comerford
The Celtic Knot

The Celtic Knot is one of the best known motifs in Celtic art & folklore. The twists and turns of the design are found in ancient stone art and tattoos, in illuminated manuscripts- in fact, just about anywhere the Celtic people have traveled through the centuries.

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Mary Comerford
Meaning of the Warrior Shield

The story behind the Celtic Warrior Shield Wedding Rings. The bands in the Collection reflect the four seasons, the movement of the Sun and the effect the pagan snake god Crom had on Christianity in Ireland.  It is amazing how a small piece of jewelry can tell such a big story.

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Mary Comerford