The circle of life, the law of cause and effect, and eternal love are just some of the symbols in the antique style Celtic engagement rings that you could consider.
For the Bride
There are a number of engagement rings available for the bride to be; the puzzle ring, the name ring, and the inter-woven ring are just a few of them. The rings can be personalized by giving an existent preference a make over. The metal could be gold, silver, or platinum in this case too.
There are a number of dedicated jewelers that operate both online and offline and are accessible 24x7. These resources have professional craftsmen who come up with some fantastic add-on and embellishments to existing patterns. They help the bride and groom to make a choice between a contemporary, modern design, and an antique style engagement ring.
The common features of such a ring include the dull look, the neat finish, the intricate strand work, and the overall craftsmanship with well-rounded edges. The antique style rings for the bride and groom-to-be come from various cultures across the world and quite a few are responsible for the resurgence of interest in the forgotten art.
The ring patterns replicated today are copies of the unearthed artifacts and prized museum exhibits. The market for such wedding bands is enjoying a high muckamuck status with many couples tracing real value for the investment within these designs; Victorian and Celtic.
The rings symbolize an eternal bond; the band being a sign of the circle of life. In some ancient cultures the engagement ring stood for the promise of fidelity and in case of the contrary, the bride-to-be or the groom-to-be had to slide the ring off before and after an act of infidelity! Wow, food for thought!