Irish Celtic Rings
Irish Celtic Rings with Different Gemstone Options
At US Jewels, we work hard to represent inclusivity in our jewelry collection range and we sincerely mean what we say. For the Scottish and Irish born citizens residing in the US (or outside of it), we have a range that will mean so much more to them. Our Irish Celtic rings go that extra mile to represent the nuances and symbology of a deeply important and relevant region to many. Be it the Claddagh, triquetra, or shamrock symbols, our Irish Celtic rings go through numerous processes to carefully represent and sculpt every detail. Let our Irish Celtic rings collection become your go-to range that can easily meet your silver or gold Celtic ring needs. Whatever the occasion may be, we are confident you can find the perfect fit to match your sentiment.
A historical significance:
For many of us, our ancestors and heritage become more and more sidelined as we grow older. However, each of us must know more about where our roots lie because we have a lot to learn from our predecessors. Within the rich Celtic culture, symbology means everything. Follow along as we dive a little deeper into the symbology and sentiments that go behind each of our creations. We hope that each of these Irish Celtic rings can bring you a little bit closer to your past to shape your present and future.
Tree of Life Ring:
In Gaelic, the tree of life is known as 'Crann Bethadh'. The tree of life, for the Celts is a representation from where life itself stems. The tree is a means of connection between different worlds: heaven, earth, and the underworld and its branches reach out in constant search of knowledge. For the wearer, the tree of life ring is a symbol of harmony, strength, and wisdom. Let the detailed craftsmanship of the roots and branches connect you and your loved ones to their significant Irish heritage.
The crescent moon is another meaningful Irish Celtic ring symbol that pays homage to the process of rebirth and reincarnation. For your loved ones entering into new phases in their lives, an Irish Celtic ring such as this can be just the gesture they need. The crescent moon in particular represents womanhood and fertility and can be a token of life for the women in your lives to wear proudly.
Among the ancient Celts, horses were seen as symbols of pride, respect, and treasure. Many folks would take care of their horses as they were any prized possession. The horse symbol was known to provide protection and was an indication of a deeply important bond. Today, this Irish Celtic ring is surrounded by an array of other Celtic symbols that could be just the way to tell your loved ones how much you care for them.
A joyous (re)union:
Bonds are not formed in a day and the ones that we are lucky enough to have a need to be looked after. A sweet gesture can speak louder than words because it is always about the thought that goes behind it. Within our range, let the perfect Irish Celtic ring become that meaningful gesture that connects you and your loved ones effortlessly.
Claddagh wedding ring:
Proposals may be difficult but we are here to make them easy. Combine your love for your beloved with a token from their past with our symbolic wedding ring band collection. A Claddagh uses its heart symbol for love, a crown symbol for loyalty, and hands symbol for friendship. This makes it the hallmark figure for a wedding ring band because of its all-encompassing nature. Our Claddagh wedding ring from Irish Celtic ring collection just wouldn’t be complete if we couldn't pay homage to this iconic ring.
Trinity knot ring:
This particular symbol is a staple in Celtic tradition and the love knot ring is the go-to sentiment for endless love. The knot itself has no start or end and represents the nature of long-lasting relationships. Whether it’s your mother, friend, or partner, a gifted gold or silver Celtic ring could make them feel cherished whenever worn. This knot is repetitive in most of our Celtic knot wedding band designs, so feel free to browse our full collection of love knot rings.
Clover or Heart ring:
Jewelry goes a long way when we want to remind our loved ones how lucky we are to have them in our lives. Four-leaf clovers are meant to not only bring luck but also convey it. While at the same time hearts are meant to symbolize our deepest love, commitment, and joy for our relationships. Our simple clover or heart ring bands from Irish Celtic rings collection are popular, gifted rings amongst younger and older recipients alike.
An important date:
For those who want to go that extra mile, our dedicated collection includes customizable options that can take your gifted Irish Celtic ring such as December birthstone ring, June birthstone ring, August birthstone ring to the next level. Go above and beyond with our birthstone rings collection. A birthstone is meant to represent a specific time of year. For instance, the alexandrite gemstone represents the June birthstone ring, while the tanzanite gemstone represents the December birthstone ring. Out of twelve unique options, our personal favorites include:
Garnet Birthstone Ring:
Also known as the January birthstone ring, this gemstone ring from our Irish Celtic ring collection is a popular pick for any time of year. The true red tint to this gemstone makes it an ideal find for those looking to make bolder decisions at the start of the year. Celebrate new years the right way with this brilliant red addition.
Peridot Birthstone Ring:
This ring from our Irish Celtic ring collection is also known as the August birthstone rings and is often worn by Leos. However, this soothing yellow-green gemstone can be a good part of anyone’s ring collection. The yellow is meant to bring about positivity and calmness to the wearer and is a popular gift for 16th wedding anniversaries as well.
Emerald Birthstone Ring:
Emerald’s need no introduction and their brilliant green hues are the truest representation of the earthy star sign of Taurus. Moreover, it’s the perfect spring-time gift to carry through the rest of the year. Help your loved ones feel both special and cherished while wearing this refreshing Irish Celtic ring.