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The Celtic Knot with its intertwining lines that could begin and end at any point and circle round and over and under itself in beautiful geometric patterns symbolize love that never ends. Or it can illustrate the binding together of two souls. Gorgeous examples of Celtic knots appear in the Book of Kells dating back to the Eighth Century.Concentric patterns of lines woven back and forth are ancient and common to many cultures. The Irish may have perfected this design work as an art form. The knots on this ring are simple loops going over and under symbolize the pairing and entwining of two lives.
The Woman who wears it
Whether this ring is meant to be a wedding band worn on formal occasions or is given to commemorate a special event such as an anniversary or the birth of a child it indicates the promise of love everlasting.