Man celtic ring
Celtic ring for men type signet ring in 925 silver.
This signet ring has a round tray with 4 openings reminiscent of the Celtic cross about 12 millimeters in diameter at the center of which is presented a Celtic knot molded in relief and composed of 4 branches.
The edge of the tray is cut out with a raised edge whose polished silver contrasts well with the black oxidised bottom of silver.
You will notice the relatively thin ring body carved on each of the arms and noicis at the level of the hollow again offering a contrast of color with the rest of the ring.
This ring is lightweight and easy to wear, weighing 6 grams in size 8.5 and will suit both a man and a woman wanting to wear a Celtic symbol in the form of a ring.
Who is this ring for?
This ring will delight a lover of Celtic culture in search of a visible ring but still easy to wear everyday. The person likely to be interested in this ring already wears a Celtic pendant or is tattooed with a Celtic acronym.
For the delivery of your jewel, you have the choice between the economic delivery, a delay of 14 days being done by postal parcel followed and UPS delivery of a period of 3/6 days via parcel tracking also.
Your ring will be made in our own jewelery workshop following your order. Take into account that we do not manufacture series or stocks.
Following your order, thank you to consider a delay of 4 weeks for the manufacture of your ring to your size before shipping your package.
We master all the manufacturing steps in our workshop, from CAD modeling, 3D printing, lost wax casting, precious metal ankle work, to the crimping of fine stones and diamonds. allowing us to guarantee the quality of our jewelry.
However, if you want to customize your ring, other than an engraving, do not hesitate to contact us via this online form.
How choose your ring
To help you choose your ring, we can only recommend that you check which finger you want to wear your ring and then measure your fingertip following the recommendations of this video tutorial.
We also invite you to discover the making of a Celtic silver signet ring with gold triskel whose detail is presented through this article.