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Trinity Knot Wedding Bands: Three Layers of Symbolism

Trinity Knot Wedding Bands: Three Layers of Symbolism

There’s a lot more to trinity knot wedding bands than an eye-catching design! The three-loop emblem that adorns these rings, also known as the triqeutra, is rich with symbolism, and there are multiple ways to interpret it. Let’s take a look at three. The three loops represent the three persons Read More

March 24, 2014 | By More
Matching Wedding Bands: Beyond Plain Styles

Matching Wedding Bands: Beyond Plain Styles

Thinking about getting matching wedding bands? While you could go with traditional plain rings, brides and grooms seeking a coordinated look have options far beyond simple, classic styles. Braided wedding bands, hammered styles and Celtic looks are all excellent options for couples who want to celebrate Read More

September 27, 2013 | By More
Trinity Knot Wedding Bands in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Trinity Knot Wedding Bands in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is far more than a chance to show off your best green sweater—it’s the feast day of St. Patrick, a man known for spreading Christianity in Ireland. Trinity knot wedding bands, pieces that incorporate a meaningful Celtic knot, call to mind the same message of faith Read More

March 17, 2013 | By More
Celtic Wedding Bands

Celtic Wedding Bands

Many couples are drawn to Celtic wedding bands for their beautiful designs and symbols engraved into the ring. However, few people actually know the meaning behind the handsome swirls, folds and spirals. If you love the look of Celtic wedding bands but have no clue what the symbols mean, you’ve come Read More

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A Brief History of Jewelry in the Middle Ages- Renaissance Periods

A Brief History of Jewelry in the Middle Ages- Renaissance Periods

Early civilizations’ discovery of gold and the possibilities it presented were nothing short of wondrous. Gold–its malleability and versatility to be molded into various shapes and sizes of jewelry made it (and still makes it) the most popular metal to work with. It was approximately 5,000 B.C when Read More

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