Caoimhe Celtic Wedding Ring

  • Women - 14k Yellow Gold - $545.00
  • Women - 14k White Gold - $675.00
  • Men - 14k Yellow Gold - $915.00
  • Men - 14k White Gold - $1145.00

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This heavy Celtic wedding ring is a simple but elegant design featuring the timeless style of the Celtic knot. With its associations of endless love, as the knot has no beginning or end, this ring is the perfect choice. Your ring will have its own mark of quality shown by the hallmark from the Dublin Assay Office.

Caoimhe is from the Irish words rom and caomh, meaning gentle, beautiful, precious. The men's ring is the Clearie, from the word cliareach, meaning minstrel, or scholar.

Women's Width: 3.60mm
Men's Width: 5.50mm

Women's sizes available are 4-9 and men's sizes are 9.5-13.

Celtic Knot Meanings


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The History Behind the Name...

Caoimhe is an Irish name also spelled Kiva, Keva, and Keeva. It comes from the Gaelic word caomh, which means ‘beautiful’, ‘gentle’, and ‘precious’. She was a minor character in the Fenian cycle in Irish mythology.

Caoimhe was the daughter of Fionn mac Cumhaill. He was a mythical-warrior hunter in Irish mythology. His stories and those of his followers called the Fionna where documented by his son, Oisin the poet.

He was the son of Cumhall and Muirne. Cumhall abducted Muirne, which caused her father, Tadg mac Nuadat, to appeal to the High King, Conn of the Hundred Battles. The king then outlawed Cumhall, and this would lead to battles where Cumhall would be killed by Goll mac Morna.

Muirne was already pregnant when Cumhall was killed. Her father then rejected her and ordered his people to burn her alive. She fled and gave birth to Fionn, then Deimne, whom she would leave with Cumhall’s sister, Bodhmall and Liath Luachra – the warrior woman.

Caoimhe was also supposed to be the wife of Fionn’s enemy Goll mac Morna. He was known as Áed before losing an eye. He was the High King after defeating Cumhall, but later stepped down when Fionn proved his worth.

Nov 27, 2016, 23:53 | By (Massachusetts USA)

Service rating : Outstanding communication, and genuine concern for customer satisfaction. The ring itself was beautiful, but it was the quality of the whole experience that impressed me. Yes it was an online order but in all the emails back and forth as I needed to expedite the order to the USA the attention to me the customer was as good as I were in a store in person. Would trust implicitly and recommend without hesitation.
Product : Really beautiful ring. Arrived just as pictured. My wife loves it.

Jul 07, 2016, 06:35 | By

Great service, excellent quality!

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