Celtic, Irish rings, Where to find?

by Manny
(Silver spring, md)

I've been searching for a ring and I've finally found the perfect stone

but now Im dealing with the problem of finding the perfect setting.
The solitare platinum settings in the jewelry stores are beautiful but
plain, they look massed produced and I would like the ring to be more
special. My girlfriend is Irish and I would love to find a nice Celtic-Irish
inspired setting, I've been looking around and have only found some online
retailers. The best one I've seen is from a website called furthers.com
but I don't know how reputable they are. Anyone out there know any Irish
monks (jewelers) still making authentic Celtic rings???

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Jun 07, 2010
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by: Anonymous

I also love celtic jewelry...when my husband proposed it was with a beautiful sterling silver celtic knotwork ring with an emerald in the center...gorgeous! Unfortunately all he told me was that it was straight from ireland, and that he ordered it online..my husband happens to be irish, so I retaliated and bought him a replica watch with silver knotwork in the band, as an engagement gift..haha..he loves it!

May 16, 2010
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by: Anonymous

Hey,
It will probably be easiest to find what you want by going online. Here is another online site to check out: http://www.celtic-weddingrings.com/

That being said, you could always work with a jeweler who specializes in custom pieces, to make exactly what you want. You could buy the stone, and draw a picture for him of the ring setting that you like. You can make the ring to your exact specifications.....the downside being that this route will probably cost twice as much....

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