Show your Celtic heritage at your upcoming Irish wedding with these platinum or white gold Celtic wedding rings
and white gold Irish wedding bands. Set yourself apart with something different than plain gold or silver wedding bands.
Your wedding day is a truly special day, it is the start of a wonderful journey with another person of your choosing. No longer are you two,
but instead, you become one. But remember, the wedding is not an end to itself, the journey has only just begun. The wedding day is the start of
marriage, a lifelong commitment.
Let this collection of inspirationally crafted wedding bands help mark your wedding day, and make it even more special than it already is.
My mission is to provide the largest selection of high quality, handcrafted Irish Wedding jewelry that exceeds your expectations. Please take your time enjoying choosing your Irish Wedding jewelry and gifts.
I have uploaded an outrageously huge selection of Irish Wedding Rings and Celtic Wedding Bands online. I celebrated my own Irish wedding in Ireland many years ago and I enjoy helping others to both plan their own Irish themed Wedding and to buy special Irish Wedding jewelry. Have a great time looking around the site and please take your time and enjoy yourself!
Our Irish wedding bands are handcrafted especially for you in Dublin, Ireland and are Irish Hallmarked. The Dublin Assay Office
was established in 1637 to oversee the assaying of all silver and gold throughout the Republic of Ireland. To be Irish
Hallmarked is to be assured that your Irish wedding bands are the highest quality gold item that Ireland produces, whether
it be 10 carat yellow gold, 14 carat yellow gold, 14 carat white gold, 18 carat white gold, or platinum Irish wedding bands.
By law, all Irish jewelry items must be hallmarked by this government run agency before being exported.
This is your mark of quality.
Gold purity is measured in karats, 24 karats being pure gold. 18 karat gold is 75% pure - the rest being made up of alloys,
14 karat gold is 58% pure. Therefore the higher the carat, the more precious and more expensive the piece. I personally recommend 10K (preferrably) or 14K
gold for wedding bands. The 10K is the toughest alloy and will stand up better over time with less bending to the finger. 14K is also a perfect choice for wedding bands which are worn daily and can sustain a lot of pressure, especially for men and women who work with their hands in labor jobs.
Although the price of gold has risen dramatically in Ireland in the
past ten years, we keep prices reasonable and pass along savings to our customers. Shown here are a small assortment
of our available Irish wedding rings and Celtic wedding bands, please check back for updates to our site.
Click here to view Irish wedding bands directly in our shop.
Celtic wedding bands are added often to the shop.