Celtic jewelry celebrates a rich tradition
Co Offaly, Ireland (PRWEB) October 22, 2009
Celtic Rings, the online retailer for Celtic wedding rings and other Celtic jewelry, recently launched their page on Facebook. To celebrate, they will be holding a monthly drawing for a silver claddagh birthstone ring of the winner's choice.
The winner of the monthly drawing will be randomly chosen from among those who have become fans of the Celtic Rings Facebook page. To enter all subsequent drawings, simply sign in to Facebook, go to the Celtic Rings page, and click the "Become a Fan" button at the top of the page.
The next drawing will be held at the end of October.
"We're excited at how quickly our Facebook page has taken off," said Steven Forsyth, sales manager for Celtic Rings. "We just recently launched the page, and we already have more than 200 fans."
The Facebook page offers discussions of Celtic jewelry, and professional advice on choosing, cleaning, and caring for Celtic wedding rings, which fans can access free of charge. In addition, they maintain a company blog on their website, that they update weekly. Blog posts are also posted to the Facebook page.
"Our company has more than 20 years of experience in the Celtic jewelry industry," Forsyth said. "We care deeply about this tradition, and are happy to answer questions and engage our fans in discussions."
Celtic-WeddingRings.com offers a wide variety of beautiful Celtic jewelry, from claddagh engagement rings to tie pins and cufflinks. All of the company's jewelry is handcrafted in Ireland by expert craftsmen, including the claddagh birthstone rings offered as drawing prizes.
"Celtic jewelry celebrates a rich tradition," Forsyth said. "We hope that our Facebook page will allow us to share this with a wider audience."
Facebook members can become a fan of Celtic Rings at http://www.Facebook.com/Celtic.Jewelry.
About Celtic Rings Ltd
With more than 20 years experience in the industry, Celtic Rings Ltd is known for its beautiful handcrafted wedding rings and other Celtic jewelry. All of the jewelry is made in Ireland and carries with it a 30-day money-back guarantee.