This is a heavy Celtic wedding ring featuring the timeless Celtic knot design in a 14K yellow gold band with a trim each side of either white or yellow gold. The Celtic knot represents endless love.
The ring is hallmarked by the Dublin Assay Office and is the same width for the both the ladies and gents styles.
Bronagh was the name of a popular saint in County Down and many girls in the area are named after her. Cian is the gents version, meaning ancient, enduring. It was the name of the son-in-law of Brian Boru who led the armies of Munster to victory over the Vikings at the Battle of Clontarf in 1014, in which both he and Brian were killed.
Ladies width: 7.7mm
Gents width: 7.7mm
Gents and Ladies prices differ due to ring size. Ladies sizes available are 4-9 and Gents sizes are 9.5-15.