Celtic wedding rings are wedding bands with designs inspired by Irish Celtic history.
Originally, Celtic wedding bands were created by the Celts -- which may have been first derived in Dublin, Ireland - who incorporated significant symbols into the ring designs. Now, other jewelry designers from other countries are also making wedding bands with Celtic themes. They are most commonly found in yellow and white gold. When one looks at Celtic rings, they will notice that they all have different symbols. If the ring has a square on it, the meaning behind it would be to ward off evil spirits. Spirals symbolize the rebirth of life cycles. If the ring contains people or animals, it could mean one of three things: 1) the struggle of man versus nature, 2) the dependence man has on nature, or 3) man versus man. Finally, if it has a circle, it could symbolize eternity. The groom and bride choose Celtic rings based on their symbols and/or artistic designs.
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