Celtic Knot Bands


We make a series of celtic knot bands, a theme that is frequently used in wedding and committment rings. These bands can be made in argentium sterling silver, in karat gold, or in a combination of the two.
Celtic Knots

We have three basic styles of Celtic Knots:

Celtic Knotwork Open Loop Style

Here's an example of a ring with this type of knotwork:

This was an argentium sterling silver ring with a synthetic emerald in a hand made setting. Here is the ring from the front:

Rings like this run $250 or more, depending on the stone.

Any of the celtic knotwork looks great as 14kt gold on sterling silver. Here are two images of this knot on a ring with a faceted aquamarine. Rings like this run $350 and up without the stone

Celtic Knotwork Crossing Style

Here's an example of a ring with this type of knotwork:

This was an argentium sterling silver ring with a natural moonstone set in the heart. Here is the ring from the front:

Celtic Knotwork Braid Style

This type of knotwork is really a variation of the crossing style knotwork above. Here's a couple of views of a ring with this type of knotwork:

Rings like this run from $400 and up depending on size and complexity. This is again 14kt gold on sterling silver.
Celtic Knotwork with other elements
A popular variation is to include other elements such as dragons, as in this design. Here there is room for a small central stone between the dragon heads:

Our most popular variation uses female and male figures intertwining with the knots. We have made this style with two men, two women, and, of course a man and a woman:

Stones can be placed in the heart for wedding-engagement ring combinations.

We have only made these in 14kt gold but there is no reason why they would not work fine as gold on silver. Here are some images:

Celtic Male Female Knot Ring (Female) Celtic Male Female Knot Ring (Heart)
Celtic Male Female Knot Ring (Male) Celtic Male Female Knot Ring (Knot)
Rings like this run from $550 and up depending on size and complexity. This is again 14kt gold on sterling silver.
It is always possible to just use celtic knotwork as an element on the ring, instead of having it encircle the ring. Here's an example of a ring where the customer wanted the word for love in Hebrew and Hmong, a blue faceted sapphire and celtic knotwork:

Here's the front of the ring

The Celtic knotwork was almost a secret! Rings like this run $600 and up.

Celtic knotwork is highly customizable, easy to adapt and works well no matter if gold or silver. If you have a custom idea, or even another style of knot that you'd like to have executed, contact us.
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