Capture Her Heart with our Custom Designed Kathleen’s Heart Celtic Ring

February 11, 2020 1 Comment

Capture Her Heart with our Custom Designed Kathleen’s Heart Celtic Ring

For many, nothing is more traditional than giving Jewelry on Valentine's Day. The reasons are many, including the intrinsic value of a piece of fine jewelry, the romance of giving a beautiful and valuable gift, and the symbolism behind the piece. At Walker Metalsmiths, we are pleased to introduce our new, custom-designed Celtic Rings for Valentine's Day. Our Kathleen's Heart Ring is a thoughtful way to express your devotion that captures hundreds of years of history and culture in a beautiful Celtic Ring.

Grace and Heritage

Walker Metalsmiths custom designed Kathleen's Heart Celtic Rings We’re particularly excited about our Kathleen’s Heart Celtic Ring as a unique blend of graceful design and Celtic heritage. The decorative elements of Celtic knotwork are a lovely way to capture the elegant curves and simplicity of the heart shape. The end result is both airy and substantial. Our new interpretation of an ages-old Celtic knot pattern combines contemporary sentiments with ancient art for a truly timeless design. Whether the special someone in your life prefers simple lines and clean design or she loves all things traditional, the Kathleen's Heart Celtic Ring is a gift she'll cherish and wear with pride.

A Celtic Ring Symbolizing Love’s Journey

The Kathleen's Heart Ring features intricate Celtic knotwork of graceful curves to create an interwoven heart that has no beginning and no end to capture the eternal nature of love. The heart shape itself is a symbol of romantic or passionate love. However, many people also give heart-shaped jewelry to a mother, daughter, or grandmother to represent their love for the important women in their family. Our new heart ring is the perfect gift for whoever the special woman is in your life.

Creating a Unique Celtic Ring

As with many of the Celtic Rings created by Walker Metalsmiths, our Kathleen's Heart is available in sterling silver, white gold, rose gold, or yellow gold. We alsoKathleen's Heart Celtic Ring offer most of our Celtic jewelry pieces in these precious metals to give you a variety of options based on the recipient's preferences and your budget. Romantic rose gold is a lovely choice for any Celtic ring given on Valentine's day, while white gold or sterling is the perfect choice for someone who frequently wears silver or white gold.

At Walker Metalsmith's, each Celtic cross, Celtic ring, and Celtic pendant is designed and created in our workshop in rural, western New York state. You won't find our unique Kathleen's Heart Celtic Ring anywhere else for a gift that is unsurpassed in beauty and meaning.

We also carry a complete line of Claddagh jewelry, knotwork and Celtic cross jewelry for Valentine's Day. Each motif is hand-crafted by Master Craftsman Stephen Walker and the other artisans at Walker Metalsmiths carefully recreated using the lost wax method. These are far more than simple pieces of jewelry; each piece is a work of art created by hand for a gift that is more heart-felt than a mass-produced ring. Each piece represents our devotion to a rare craft, an acknowledgment of Celtic heritage, and a reflection of just how rare and precious your love is.



1 Response

Christine Davis
Christine Davis

February 22, 2020

No one does love better than Walker Metalsmiths! From their one of a kind hand crafted jewelry to their love of making it, and their caring hearts for their customers who buy it! You simply can’t can’t go wrong purchasing gifts from these wonderful people!

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