In recent times, different types of engagement rings are becoming popular among newly-wed couples. Celtic engagement rings are the ones that are laced with so much meaning. The design of Celtic engagement ring can contain many intimate elements that are meaningful to the couple’s lives through the intricate metalwork, engravings or gemstones.
Many people get attracted to the Celtic engagement ring art due to its elaborately knotted designs where the knots do not have any beginning as well as no end.
The Celtic engagement ring gives meaning literal to the famous phrase “tie the knot” as the rings are representations of infinity as well as eternal love when crafted unto a Celtic engagement diamond. Diamond studded engagement rings can come with different settings such as halo setting engagement ring and halo pave setting ring.
Types of Celtic engagement rings:
a) The lover’s knot – This consists of two interconnected symbols of infinity and is known to symbolize two people united as one.
Many Celtic wedding bands and rings incorporate the “lover’s knot” in their pattern of design. The traditional Celtic design engagement rings usually illustrate the Heron and Creyr, on each side.
Animals, for the Celts were the gods’ messengers. Every animal was associated to the earth’s natural cycle. Creyr is their creator of “life” and the carrier of babes, as the stork is to the Americans.
b) The Celtic cross – Versions of the Celtic cross differ depending upon the legend, although a common version is founded on the efforts of the Celtic monks’ to include Christianity to pagan beliefs. The cross in the ring symbolizes the gods love.