Divine Connection: Nature and Celtic-Inspired Jewellery
Nature’s symbolism can be traced back through thousands of years of Celtic tradition. From the spirals and swirls of the classic Celtic knots, to the Tree of Life which was believed to be a gateway between this world and the next. These symbols are steeped in rich tradition passed down through the ages.
What does Celtic Inspired Jewellery Symbolise?
Celtic knots are a form of sacred geometry that symbolise the interconnectedness of all things. Flowing arcs and waves signify the flow of energy in harmonious balance. Suggesting the power of water, the waveforms symbolise the moon and tides, birth, fertility and creativity of life.
The Lemniscate or figure of ‘8’ symbol suggests the joining of two halves and the touching of two perfect circles.
The open circle of the ring itself, symbolises wholeness, completion, stillness within motion and a unifying order of cycles that repeat in time. Universally used as a symbol for the sun, the circle has represented clarity, awareness, completion with renewal and the integrated self. The ring therefore is a fitting symbol for engagement and marriage.
Celtic jewellery is a beautiful way to express your love through these lifelong meaningful symbols, which represent the continuous cycle of existence, and wedding rings featuring Celtic designs add a divine connection to your union.
At Arabel Lebrusan, we design wedding rings with Celtic inspired motifs and engravings. We make delicate bands that are also ethically made, and a perfect option to express your love for all that nature symbolises as well as adding a truly unique piece to your accessory collection.
"The choice of using ethical and Fairtrade metals and stones has been a natural evolution to create beautiful stunning jewellery from the inside out."
We believe that by creating our jewellery from carefully selected sustainable and traceable materials, we can offer our customers jewellery that can help both people and planet.
If you feel inspired to create your own unique piece of Celtic inspired jewellery, click here to start your bespoke jewellery journey.
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