Tim OMalley

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    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › Unlock The Mystery Of Ireland With Celtic Rings
  •   Beware of cheap, mass-market imitations at stores. Make sure you check out the origin of the jewelry pieces being sold so you know that you are getting an authentic Celtic ring. One of the best places is online since the internet offers the widest range available and it truly is a global marketplace where anyone can browse and buy an item 24 hours a day 7 days a week. You can find jewelers located in Ireland or Scotland who are willing to ship handcrafted items direct to your door. The advantage of shopping online is often you can customize the jewelry to your exact specifications whereas offline in the brick and mortar stores, there is a limited selection available and customizing a Celtic ring can take a longer time because of their buying channels.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › Unlock The Mystery Of Ireland With Celtic Rings
  •   The rich meanings behind the Celtic symbols representing love, connection, family and friendship are ideals that truly never goes out of style.

      With the growing popularity of Celtic jewelry, beautiful pieces like Celtic rings can be found at many places offline and online. Many established brick and mortar stores have a selection of Celtic pieces available. In any event, if you can't find a piece at the physical store, you can always try online.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › Unlock The Mystery Of Ireland With Celtic Rings
  •   In the case of Claddagh rings and other Celtic jewelry pieces, it is not a requirement for one to be engaged or married to enjoy the beauty of this jewelry. This is because the particular way the ring is worn signifies whether or not the person is romantically attached. Unmarried individuals may wear Claddagh rings with the heart facing outward. For attached or married couples, wearing the heart inwards sends the message that the wearer is not available for a romantic fling.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › Unlock The Mystery Of Ireland With Celtic Rings
  •   The symbolism of love and friendship are contained in Celtic rings. The Celtic symbols intertwine on the ring and carry significant symbolism to every couple considering marriage. It is well-documented that the ancient Celts used the symbols of the Claddagh to indicate that marriage is a strong friendship where love prevails throughout any difficulty that may arise. As such, Celtic rings have become popular jewelry pieces especially as Celtic engagement rings and wedding rings.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › Fashionable Celtic Jewelry
  •   Celtic jewelry comes in a variety of forms. There are ever-popular Celtic rings and Claddagh rings that are very often used in Celtic engagement rings and Celtic wedding rings. You will also find Celtic pendants and earrings. Celtic crosses, mentioned earlier, is another form of popular Celtic jewelry.

      Celtic rings and jewelry can be made out of silver. Oftentimes, these are mass-market versions of fine jewelry. If you are truly serious about buying Celtic jewelry that will be treasured for generations though, buying jewelry made out of previous metals such as gold and platinum are highly recommended. Celtic jewelry also includes precious stones such as diamonds, sapphires, and rubies as in the case of Celtic rings, Celtic earrings, and Celtic pendants.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › Fashionable Celtic Jewelry
  •   Celtic jewelry allows the wearer to express their individual personality. In particular, handmade Celtic jewelry trumps mass-produced jewelry any day simply because it can be tailored to your preferences. For cheaper options, you can opt for pre-designed Celtic jewelry that is custom made to your size such as Celtic rings and add your own personal touch to it such as an engraving.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › All About Celtic Jewelry
  •   Claddagh rings are beloved Celtic symbols and its meaning is the well-documented. Claddagh designs consist of a heart (representing love) and are topped by a crown (representing loyalty) which are both held by two hands (representing friendship). It should certainly be of no surprise that Claddagh rings make popular engagement and wedding bands. The symbolism and beauty of these rings have resulted in a growth of newlyweds-to-be buying these as wedding rings around the world. It is also known to be a great gift between good friends. Often, the gift is given along with the saying “Let love and friendship reign”. How a Claddagh ring is worn carries deep significance as well. When the ring is worn on the right hand with the heart facing outward, it shows that the wearer is unattached. If the heart is turned inward, it shows that he or she is already attached. When the ring is worn on the left hand with the heart turned inward, it shows two loves joined in marriage.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › All About Celtic Jewelry
  •   Another popular design used in Celtic jewelry are Celtic knots. The intricacy of these designs make them both fashionable and timeless jewelry works of art. There is no definite information on the actual meaning of looping Celtic knots but these are believed to ward off evil spirits or bring eternity and interconnectedness to its wearer. The lack of documentation on these designs simply add to the mystery and widespread appeal of these wonderful jewelry pieces.
  • 5 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Tim OMalley › All About Celtic Jewelry
  •   First, the Celtic spiral. The Celtic spiral represents eternity. Spirals are a common Celtic symbol and any type of jewelry can have a spiral inscribed.

      Next we have the Celtic cross, which came about two centuries before the Christian cross. It is a popular piece of jewelry that is believed to increase knowledge, wisdom, and fortitude.
  • 6 Months Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Peter Sissons › Climbing out of the Bottomless Pit Called Credit Card Debt
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