Men’s Celtic wedding bands are a unique and meaningful change of pace from traditional wedding bands. Their designs are simultaneously strong and flowing, making them the perfect symbol of two lives traveling through life together, able to withstand any storm.
Celtic knots appeared by the 5th Century AD are best known for their use in adorning Christian monuments and manuscripts, such as the Book of Kells. Although the original meanings of Celtic knots are unknown, they’ve been adopted by many as symbols of eternity, making them perfectly suited for wedding rings. Their never-ending, intertwining designs are unique representations of two lives being woven together for life.
• The Caedmon Celtic Wedding Band, inspired by the poet who wrote Caedmon’s Hymn, depicts a traditional knot with a raised design and is available in white gold, rose gold and several two-tone metal combinations.
• The style of the Kendrick Celtic Wedding Band (available in white gold, two-tone gold or platinum) features sharper edges than many Celtic designs, giving it a distinctly masculine look.
• The Titanium Celtic Knot Wedding Band Ring offers a modern, slightly edgy take on the traditional Celtic knot and is available in a matte, polished or satin finish.
• “Aidan” means “little fire” and the Aidan Celtic Wedding Band Ring serves as a powerful symbol of passion for the love of your life.
• The Antiqued Celtic Knot Wedding Band looks distinctly current and strong. Its bold carved design and aged finish stand out in a crowd.
Several of Apples of Gold’s men’s Celtic wedding bands combine traditional symbols of love and faith with Celtic design:
• The Irish Celtic Heart Love Knot Wedding Band, available in green, purple and black titanium, integrates hearts into a Celtic knot design while maintaining a masculine edge.
• The Engraved Celtic Cross Wedding Band features a Christian cross surrounded by a woven Celtic design.
Men’s Celtic wedding bands are an excellent way to express your unbroken love—today, tomorrow and “as long as you both shall live.” These symbols of eternity add an extra touch of significance to the wedding band with meaningful masculine style.