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Celtic-Knotwork-Inspired Puzzle Engagement Ring with Custom Contour Companion Band

July 8th, 2012

Presenting a Celtic-inspired engagement ring with a custom wedding band, in your choice of metals and gemstone.  Shown with a diamond, the puzzle ring is available with a sapphire, ruby, emerald (or a green, emerald-like stone that is much more durable than emerald), or almost any gemstone that you love.  Yes, this is a real puzzle ring that comes apart and goes back together with excellent online video, animated, and written instructions.

If you opt to have your wedding band a bit wider, then it can be inscribed with a Gaelic “poesy” or love sentiment (or, honestly, with a saying in any language you like!).  Here’s an example of such a bridal set:  the Avalon Puzzle Engagement Ring with Gaelic “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” contoured poesy ring.

Custom Gaelic "I am my Beloved's and my Beloved is mine" with Aquamarine Avalon Celtic-Inspired Puzzle Ring

Custom Gaelic “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” with Avalon Aquamarine Celtic-Inspired Puzzle Ring

And another set just completed for a couple who had a partner band made to match the contoured poesy ring.  Here is a Celtic-knotwork-inspired, marquise diamond puzzle ring with “Amor Vincit Omnia” poesy ring, which translates as “Love Conquers All.”

Celtic-knotwork-inspired diamond puzzle engagement ring with "Amor Vincit Omnia" contoured, companion band

Celtic-knotwork-inspired diamond puzzle engagement ring with “Amor Vincit Omnia” contoured, companion band

And here’s the tapered partner band, also in palladium with the Latin “Amor Vincit Omnia.” You can have whatever lettering you want, in whatever language you choose.  You are simply responsible for supplying correct wording and spelling.  Most of our custom rings are done in Gaelic, but the wording on your ring or rings is totally up to you!

Tapered "Amor Vincit Omnia" poesy ring

Tapered “Amor Vincit Omnia” poesy ring

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