Celebrate St Patrick's Day with Celtic Inspired Titanium Rings

The luckiest day of the year - St Patrick's Day - is just around the corner!

The masses will be celebrating with corned beef, cabbage, Guinness, and endless smiles. Whatever your plans - why not order a Celtic-inspired ring so you can carry the Irish spirit with you all year. 

Celtic history and culture intertwined with religious beliefs shaped the intricate patterns commonly seen in Celtic jewellery today. The distinctive geometric styles, with their rich histories, each tell a story.

(Speaking of stories, learn more about the history of the word 'Celtic' and why it's pronounced the way it is in this Mental Floss article)

Meaningful Celtic Patterns

The designs used in Celtic artwork and jewellery might look to be almost random at times. But every aspect of the geometric patterns is full of meaning. 

The Celtic Love Knot

The Celtic Oval Knot, also known as the Celtic Love Knot, is one of the oldest and simplest Celtic designs. It's rumoured to go all the way back to 2,500 BCE. 

Celts exchanged these knots on their wedding day, just as we do today with rings. The design represents the enduring love and connection between two people. (Awww!)

If you want this design on your finger, check out the Amore by Titanium Rings. It comes in both masculine and feminine designs - and a range of different colours!

 Celtic Love Knot Ring

The Trinity

Arguably the most recognizable Celtic symbol, the Trinity Knot (also known as the Triquetra) is said to symbolize the Holy Trinity. 

Pre-Christianity, the symbol was said to represent the three stages of a woman's life: The Maiden, The Mother, and The Crone. It makes a powerful statement about female empowerment and connection to the moon. 

Silver Titanium Ring made from intertwined Trinity Symbols

The Morrigan Titanium Ring is very dainty, but it's made from aircraft-grade Titanium so it's also very durable.

The Infinity Symbol

The mathematical concept of infinity is a relatively new discovery when compared to the rich history of the spiritual concept of infinity. 

Historically, circles and Celtic knots have been seen to represent the 'endless' relationship between humans and the world around us. It's little wonder the symbol has maintained its meaning and popularity throughout the ages. 

The Fairy Titanium Ring is a Celtic-inspired ring that represents infinity. More complex than the single infinity symbol jewellery, this pattern is as intricate as it is delicate. 

Titanium Ring made from looping infinity symbols

 

Get Your Celtic-Inspired Titanium Ring Today

Celebrate St Paddy's Day with a Celtic-inspired ring. Treat yourself or someone you love to a ring that celebrates your love, affection, friendship, and relationship to our magnificent planet! 

All our rings are made from titanium, so they're incredibly strong and designed to last. They come with free lifetime refinishing

If you have a different design in mind, we're happy to work with you on your own custom ring

Oh - and for anyone thinking about calling it St Patty's Day - read this PSA on PaddynotPatty.com before you do

 

  • Mar 11, 2020
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