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Our Celtic Rings

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For those of you who know me, you know not just any ring would do for my sweetheart. I had to design the ring. There is a wonderful company in Seattle that made it for me. You can visit Tradeshop at their website.
My design runs with a Celtic theme. The Celtic style, or illumination of text, is pretty much inspired by the Book of Kells. Here's a look at some of my other Celtic art.
In the center, a claddagh takes the focus. The claddagh's rich history gives this ring deeper meaning.
After the concept was decided upon, the magnesium plates were made. At last, the finished ring was constructed. Months later, the second ring in this wedding set was constructed. As it was the groom's ring, there was no diamond. Another look a the groom's ring reveals, the crown of the claddagh changed slightly and the band grew wider.




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Nicholas I Ward
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