Citrine Onyx Celtic Knots Rings in 14K Gold

The celtic knot is an ancient symbol of the journey of life. With no beginning and no end, the knot represents the timeless nature of our spirits and the world we live in. A Citrine celtic knot combines these concepts with the spiritual attributes of the Citrine . November's birthstone, citrine sparkles like honey. Carry the warmth and glow of a golden sunset with you by wearing a beautiful citrine ring. Black and gold make a beautiful and elegant combination. A black onyx ring is a perfect accessory for any outfit.

citrine-onyx celtic braid ring
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Heart to Heart Braid
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$269.00
citrine-onyx celtic knot ring
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Celtic Love Knot
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$279.00
citrine-onyx claddagh ring
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'One Heart' Celtic Knot Claddagh
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$299.00
citrine-onyx celtic ring
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Celtic Knot Double Heart
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$349.00
citrine-onyx double heart ring
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Hearts Intertwined
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$299.00
citrine-onyx celtic knot ring
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Keepsake Celtic Knot
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$349.00
citrine-onyx engagement ring
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Celtic Knot Cluster Engagement
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$649.00
citrine-onyx keepsake engagement ring
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Celtic Knot Two Hearts as One
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$799.00
citrine-onyx keepsake engagement ring
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Sparkling Celtic Knot
Genuine Citrine With Genuine Black Onyx & Diamond Ring
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$749.00

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citrine Jewelry

Citrine has been popular for thousands of years and used to be revered for its rarity, though that has changed with time. The ancient Romans used it for beautiful jewelry and intaglio work. It was also very popular for jewelry in the 19th century. During the Art Deco period between World Wars I and II, large citrines were set in many prized pieces, including the massive and elaborate Art Deco inspired jewelry pieces made for big Hollywood stars such as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford.... learn more

onyx Jewelry

Onyx is the birthstone for Leos and the anniversary gemstone for the 7th year of marriage. Black Onyx is the anniversary gemstone for the 10th year of marriage. Onyx is a variety of the microcrystalline quartz, called chalcedony. The name "chalcedony"" comes from Calcedon or Calchedon, an ancient port on the Sea of Marmara in Asia Minor. Ornamental materials were once mined in that area and it was an active center for trading various stones. Onyx were used widely in the past as bases and handles for gold items, as well as for stone inlay work. Onyx seals were very popular with the Romans, who carved the pattern of the seal in negative relief to give a raised point. They often used stones with several layers, each of a different color, which were then individually carved to produce a different pattern each year. They originally used the onyx name for a variety of marble having white and yellow veins. Onyx is the Greek word for ""claw"" or ""fingernail"" because these veins resemble the ... learn more

Celtic Knots

A Celtic knot, also referred to as the "mystic knot" or the endless knot, is also known as the "Triquetra." Celtic knots are an Irish symbol, and the most notorious artwork in Celtic history, first appearing around 450 AD. The knots can be seen in mosaics on Roman floors as well as in patterns in Islamic, Ethiopian, and Coptic art, as well as in Byzantine architecture, and architecture from all over Europe. There is not much information about the purpose of these Celtic knots, but because of the large repetition of their existence throughout history, we are able to infer some basic information about them.... learn more