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Glistening diamonds and precious round emeralds, exquisitely nested between each Trinity knot of this mesmerizing design, further enhance the ring. Fully secure online shopping with friendly, personal service.

'The Torc (also spelled Torque), or neck ring, was an important piece of Celtic jewelry, and was worn before 1200 BC to as late as 600 AD. It was a powerful symbol, perhaps representing the wearer's free-born status, and was often complemented with additional rings worn about the arms and wrists. Torcs were made from copper, bronze, silver, and gold. They were worn by both men and women, and are depicted as such in both Classical and Celtic sculptures.'

'The Torc (also spelled Torque), or neck ring, was an important piece of Celtic jewelry, and was worn before 1200 BC to as late as 600 AD. It was a powerful symbol, perhaps representing the wearer's free-born status, and was often complemented with additional rings worn about the arms and wrists. Torcs were made from copper, bronze, silver, and gold. They were worn by both men and women, and are depicted as such in both Classical and Celtic sculptures.'

This sterling silver bead from the Tara?s Diary collection is playful and sincere, as well as heart-warming in its simplicity. The letters of ?love? fit together neatly, the swirl of the ?o? reminding its wearer of the stories behind the Celtic spiral. This piece would prove an understated yet resonant addition to a Tara?s Diary charm bracelet in either leather or sterling silver. The Celtic Spiral?s StorySpirals are present in all forms of Celtic art, from ancient manuscripts and artifacts…

This sterling silver bead from the Tara?s Diary collection is playful and sincere, as well as heart-warming in its simplicity. The letters of ?love? fit together neatly, the swirl of the ?o? reminding its wearer of the stories behind the Celtic spiral. This piece would prove an understated yet resonant addition to a Tara?s Diary charm bracelet in either leather or sterling silver. The Celtic Spiral?s StorySpirals are present in all forms of Celtic art, from ancient manuscripts and artifacts…

Our version of a 1920s Sadie Hawkins ring. Historically, every leap year women were allowed to propose marriage to men. Guess what 2012 is?

Our version of a 1920s Sadie Hawkins ring. Historically, every leap year women were allowed to propose marriage to men. Guess what 2012 is?

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