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Sterling Silver Irish Fishermans Knot Ring

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A lovely fisherman's knot ring made from sterling silver. This beautiful ring has an exquisitely detailed tied rope design that sits perfectly on the hand. The fisherman's knot has been a romantic symbol of strength within relationships and its tradition has carried on throughout the years with many couples opting to incorporate the fisherman knot into their celebration of love.

It is believed that fishermen sent their beloved a loose knot and if the person fastened the knot tightly, their love was unbroken and the woman awaited her loves return from sea. The fisherman's knot is also recognised as having been used during the celebration of marriage. The tieing and tightening of the knot is said to bring strength and courage to a relationships. This beautiful tradition still exists and many couples choose to have a fisherman's tieing knot ceremony to celebrate their engagement. Other couples tie a fisherman's knot during their marriage vows and others tie the knot to celebrate an anniversary to strengthen their bond and their love for each other.

This stunning ring is the perfect gift for someone celebrating an anniversary, promising marriage or for someone who wants to celebrate the strength and love within their relationship. The Fisherman's Knot is a romantic symbol of courage and strength, making it the perfect gift.

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  • Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Ring
  • Weight - 4.3 Grams
  • Width - 10.0mm
  • Made in Ireland
  • Gift Boxed
  • Hallmarked in Dublin Castle
  • Ready to Ship in 5 Working Days

Additional Information

Metal TypeSterling Silver
Stone TypeNo
Product CodeID - 15034

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