Celtic Torc Antique Silver Ring

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$96.17
Reference: P241
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This is an excellent antique piece of jewelry. It is an ornate ring that is fashioned in the shape of a torc, which was a metal necklace worn by Celts in the Iron Age to show that a person was of a high rank in society. The torc design is more popular than ever these days, and has made a strong comeback in the jewelry world, particularly in rings.

The ring is available in platinum, 10 and 14 karat yellow and white gold and silver.

Specification
MaterialSolid Sterling Silver
Width5.5mm

Customer Reviews

By Joy Davis from United Kingdom - August 4, 2017

We wanted rings that matched, but that were a bit different from the norm. I have big hands for a girl and he has huge hands for a guy, but these were prefect. We were able to order the right sizes, they came when they said and they are perfect. A little bit unusual, clearly handmade and we love them. Plus, as your hands get hot they have a little give so are still a brilliant and comfortable fit.

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By Matthew Wolfe from United States - January 14, 2016

The ring was beautiful and exactly what my wife wanted. Living in the U.S., it took three weeks for delivery, for which I had planned when ordering.

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Assay Office Mark When you buy Celtic jewelry from us, you are buying genuine Irish quality. All Celtic jewelry sold by Rings from Ireland bears the world-famous hallmark of Ireland's Assay Office. This is a guaranteed mark of quality and authenticity. Read More

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