Men's Celtic Ring

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This Celtic symbol man ring is great for the guy who not only loves Celtic heritage but also loves detailed jewelry. This ring, available in white gold, yellow gold, or silver, has been detailed with a serpent forming the Celtic knot symbol around the band.

The overlay of the symbol takes up the majority 8.6-8.7 mm of the band. There was room left open in case of re sizing. This ring makes an excellent gift for any boyfriend, husband, or father that loves Celtic symbols. Includes luxury presentation box.

Width: 5.4 mm (0.21 inches)
Height: 8.6 mm (0.34 inches)
Weight: 7.5 grams approx.

Delivery for Silver: 1-2 weeks (craft, hallmark & ship)
Delivery for Gold: 2-3 weeks

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A Celtic Serpent...

The snake was one of many animals that the Ancient Celts would use as they had a very close bond with nature. The snake seen in many Celtic knot works is said to be based on the European viper, which was also known as an adder and one of the only snakes capable of surviving in the cold weather that was persistent during the Ancient Celt’s existence.

Snakes pop up in many areas of the Ancient Celt’s even though there are many researchers who claim that snakes did not exist on Ireland. Even so, serpents were a symbol of rebirth and a continuation of life and appeared on shields and other pieces of armor.

Some ancient clans even took this animal to be their clan symbol.
There are many variations of snakes that also coincide with Greek and Roman mythology. Later St. Patrick would be known for ridding the snakes of Ireland, but this has become known to be a metaphor for replacing Paganism with Christianity.

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