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Irish Wedding Rings and Bands

Since the 17th century, Irish couples have exchanged Claddagh rings, which were the primary Irish wedding rings for decades, beloved for symbolizing love, loyalty, and friendship. As time went on, other important symbolism began appearing on Celtic Wedding Bands. Irish wedding rings began to incorporate Gaelic sayings like “Mo Anam Cara,” which translates into “my soulmate” in Irish. If you’ve met the person you’re going to spend the rest of your life with, meaningful Celtic wedding bands illustrate your devotion to each other better than any other wedding ring you'll find!