Old fashion – celtic wedding rings

If what you are looking for is an original wedding theme, definitely, a Celtic wedding is exactly what you are looking for. The tradition of a Celtic wedding is very different from other traditions. One of these traditions for example is that that the priest ties the hands of the groom or another tradition is the one in which the couple throw stones into the water. But have you ever wondered why the engagement ring is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand? Well, it seems that the Ancient Greeks were saying that there passes the vein amoris or vein of love which goes directly to the hart.
The Ancient Celts used the Claddagh symbol to show that the marriage is a partnership between two people and that love can defeat any obstacle.

But if you don’t want to follow all this traditions and what you are looking for is some examples of Celtic rings, well you are in the right place. I am going to share with you some beautiful and stunning models of Celtic wedding rings.

The Celtic wedding  rings are known due to a symbol which represents a hart with two crowns joined together by two hands .You can see it below and all I want to say that is an amazing and a perfect wedding ring.

The Celtic rings are not only made of gold or silver, you can find also made of platinum, wood and glass. Those made of platinum are the most expensive but also the most lasting one. The Celts had a lot of symbols representing their moods and feelings. The sharp vertices are the most used one because it symbolizes stability and foundation. The next Celtic ring is made of platinum and the bands are available in 14 kt colors like yellow, white and green & rose.

So, if you can’t afford yourself to buy a platinum Celtic ring, you can choose those made of gold or silver, they cost less but are beautiful as those made of platinum.Even if the platinum and the gold Celtic rings are very popular we should not forget those made of silver.

Don’t forget to take into account the type of your wedding dress and also the color before choosing a Celtic ring.