The pattern is delicate. The details precise. As a symbol of protection, it is uniquely powerful.
This handcrafted Celtic silver ring bears a small shield between swirling interlaced serpents – featuring the Celtic patterns inscribed on the Ardagh Chalice, considered by many to be the finest example of 8th century metalwork in this world.
This 7mm wide Shield ring is a potent symbol of strength and loyalty – as well as shelter and protection. This ring design can be used for Celtic wedding bands.
I began crafting these Celtic rings as an apprentice in Kilkenny Design Workshops in 1991 and these ring designs went on to be worn in almost every country in the world.
Please specify your ring size while ordering.
Did you Know?
Aidi Mac Dáibhi’s grandfather was a Scottish jewelry designer in Glasgow in the the early 1900’s.
Aidi does not sell his work in other Irish jewellery stores, therefore keeping his Celtic designs all the more unique.
A traditional Irish Celtic Jewellery apprenticeship lasts 7 years.
Irish handmade jewelry has a tradition that dates back more than 2000 years and the tools and skills involved have not changed much in that time.