Are you looking for an Irish wedding ring for your Celtic ceremony? You’re in luck: here’s a beautiful selection of Celtic and Claddagh wedding bands and rings for your engagement or marriage.
In this blog post, we’ll cover some FAQs about Irish wedding rings including their meaning, how to wear them, and where to find a unique Celtic wedding ring.
Speaking of, let’s explore some one-of-a-kind Irish rings!
1. Braided Celtic engagement ring in gold
This braided style is gorgeous! By PrimeElement.
2. Dragon scroll rings
This pair of gold dragon scroll rings are a dream come true: they’re wildly popular based on their unique ability to match the traditional Irish wedding rings beautifully. Get it at C9TTUNGSTEN.
3. Diamond Claddagh ring
This traditional Claddagh ring shimmers and shines with a bright diamond as the focal point. By RareEarth. Shown in rose gold, available in other metals, too.
4. Opal Celtic ring
For a bride who wants a non-diamond engagement ring, look to this opal stone complete with Irish filigree detailing and a braided band. By PrimeElement.
This stunning moissanite stone ring is perfect for an engagement. I love the dark band! By JerseyMoissanite.
6. Vintage style Celtic tree band
For a bride who wants a subtle yet beautiful band, check out one of the best Irish wedding rings we’ve seen yet: a vintage style Celtic tree and By WeddingRingsStore. In addition to its beauty, there is meaning behind this Irish wedding ring. It has a Celtic princess gemstone along with mythical ancient symbols that are a talisman to protect you from evil; the Tree of Life and the traditional Celtic weave symbolize your journey, according to their website, “of a person to the truth”. Beautiful.
7. Rose gold Celtic knot
By Ohjewel, this ring is a beautiful and affordable option for the bride who wants something similar to what was worn during the Norse Viking days. I adore the sparkly finish accents.
8. Irish Celtic band
In Tungsten, this Irish wedding ring for men is one-of-a-kind. It features a wide-width band with intricate Irish inlays; a mirror finish along its beveled edges finishes the look. Comfort fit-sizing suitable for daily wear. By PillarStyles.
9. Couples Celtic Knot bands
For a couple who wants matching bands, these Irish wedding rings are it! These are called Tree Bark rings and feature silver Celtic knots in a sophisticated and ancient-inspired design. By WeddingRingsStore.
Now that you’ve seen some examples, let’s talk about the meaning of Irish rings.
Symbolism of Irish Wedding Rings
What do Irish rings mean?
For starters, the classic Claddah Ring is the most traditional Irish ring that is a sign of three key elements: love, friendship, and loyalty. The heart is the symbol of love, the hands represent friendship, and the crown, loyalty.
How to Wear Irish Rings
Many people wonder how to properly wear a Claddagh ring. The Claddagh is worn in different ways to represent your relationship status.
Here’s a chart to represent how the Irish wedding ring is traditionally worn.
|Worn On Your…||It Represents…|
|Right Hand with Crown Turned Outwards||You are single|
|Right Hand with Crown Turned Inward||You are in a relationship|
|Left Hand with Crown Turned Outwards||You are engaged|
|Left Hand with Crown Turned Inward||You are married|
Can you wear a Claddagh ring if you are not Irish?
Of course! Anyone is free to wear a Claddagh ring regardless of your heritage.
I hope it helps as you plan your Irish wedding! These rings are gorgeous, don’t you think? They’re all handmade, so you’re shopping small business when you buy your ring, win-win!