Not your typical Celtic band, this La Tene Celtic ring design predates the Book of Kells and Christianity, and it is one of our most difficult designs to make. This ring is a reinterpretation of a design originally found on a Celtic silver brooch dating from the mid 4th century B.C. associated with a Celtic La Tene community in Bern-Schossdale, Switzerland. What makes this design so different is that this is actually a Celtic interpretation of a typically Roman pattern. The Celts and Romans had very strong trade connections when they were not at war -the Celts loved Roman wine and the Romans loved Celtic iron, silver, and slaves. This is a sophisticated blend of classic Roman style and traditional Celtic vibrancy. The combination is unique and truly beautiful.
As is the case with all of our Wedding Ring styles these are made to order, made to fit and customizable. Bands and solitaires can be made in yellow, white or rose gold and can be set with any shape, size or color stone. (We generally recommend a fancy color sapphire.)
The pictures depict different customized versions of our La Tene Celtic rings. We think the light blue Ceylon Sapphires are particulary attractive with the antiqued white gold.
Due to fluctuating gold markets all prices are subject to change. For a current price quote please contact us.