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A Brief History Of Wedding Rings

Platinum Celtic wedding rings are inspired by the ancient culture of the Celts. One of the most sophisticated cultures of Europe’s pagan past, the Celts created the woven knot motifs that are part of the classic design of platinum Celtic wedding rings.The Celts were sophisticated artisans who appeared in what is now Europe thousands of years ago. They created beautiful knot work patterns that have inspired contemporary jewellers to create platinum Celtic wedding rings with symbolic designs of everlasting love and commitment. These mysterious designs are rooted in ancient cultures that stretch back millennia.

The Celts were sophisticated artisans who appeared in what is now Europe thousands of years ago. They created beautiful knot work patterns that have inspired contemporary jewellers to create platinum Celtic wedding rings with symbolic designs of everlasting love and commitment. These mysterious designs are rooted in ancient cultures that stretch back millennia.

Ancient motifs with eternal meaning

Knot work motifs, which are now found platinum Celtic wedding rings may be thousands of years old, and symbolise the natural circle of love and life. The Celts thought that the earth, life and death itself were divine, and knot work was a sacrosanct form of artistic expression. Some of the most famous designs are preserved in intricately illustrated manuscripts in the 9th century Book of Kells, which depicts images of people and animals with knot work and shows the link between medieval Christianity with the ancient Druids.

Marriage ceremonies in Ancient Ireland were conducted by Druids & Druidesses and Celtic wedding bands were used to represent the mysteries of life and the circular nature of everything, including love. The designs on the platinum Celtic wedding rings that you choose are eternal symbols of everlasting love rooted in ancient times.

An ancient artistic tradition wrapped around your fingers

Renaissance artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo were all influenced by Celtic knot work, and some of Picasso’s early work is also influenced by variations on this traditional design. Skilled jewellers have long used these eternal motifs in stunning Celtic knot work designs; these days platinum Celtic wedding rings are still a symbol of commitment, everlasting love and timeless beauty.

Platinum Celtic wedding rings are universal representations of love that represent two paths woven together. Ring our order helpline on 02920 399980 and discover beautifully crafted platinum Celtic wedding rings that perfectly express your love through timeless design.