New York, NY (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
Leading online Irish jewelry store Celtic Promise announces a personal twist on traditional Celtic bridal jewelry with a line of personalized wedding ring designs in Ogham, the ancient Celtic linear script.
Ogham writing (pronounced 'ohm') was said to have been created by Irish scholars or druids as a form of secret communication in opposition to the authorities of Roman Britain who threatened to invade Ireland.
"This simple script - a series of grouped, minimalist lines representing letters - lends itself perfectly to our philosophy of 'heritage jewelry with a contemporary twist'," says Celtic Promise co-founder Siofra Hill.
From his studio overlooking Dingle Bay on the West Coast of Ireland, leading Irish designer Brian De Staic slowly and individually crafts his Ogham Engraved rings for Celtic Promise by hand.
The rings are available in silver, yellow, white and two tone gold and can optionally be further enhanced with diamonds. All rings can be engraved with a secret message or names of the customer's choice - the perfect wedding ring for those looking for something totally unique and personal.
The store is celebrating Valentine's Day by offering 10% off all purchases this weekend with coupon code VLOVE. Discover mode at CelticPromise.com
About Celtic Promise
Founded in 2010, online retailer Celtic Promise was started by Irish born entrepreneur Siofra Hill. The website CelticPromise.com promotes the talents of Irish jewelry designers to an International audience. With a product offering of over 700 traditional Celtic jewelry and contemporary Irish jewelry products, Celtic Promise has quickly become one of the leading Irish jewelry companies selling online in the US and Internationally.