(Closed) Celtic rings – Anyone heard of artisanweddingrings.com?

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I haven’t heard of her but I love that band. If you’re concerned about buying off the web site, have you looked in stores around you to see if they carry anything similar?

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

OMG Colette that’s EXACTLY what Fiance wants! We’re going to check in an Irish neighborhood in the Bronx but I’ll def. hit up this website Thank you!!

Post # 7
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Wannabee

I am the owner of artisanweddingrings.  I’d like to address the issue of ordering on a wedding ring on line.  One thing you can do is look at third party assurances– such as the Better Business Bureau (in our case) and also testimonials.  

I would also say one more thing– where ever you get your ring, buy it with recycled precious metal.  Gold mining causes massive human rights and environmental attocities around the world.  The gold in one new wedding ring can cause up to twenty tons of toxic tailings.  If you want more information on the issues around ethical sourcing, you can visit fairjewelryDOTorg.

Post # 8
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649 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

Colette – when my Fiance and I were dating, we had a ring custom made for us from raru.com – they did amazing work and they have HUNDREDS of Celtic-inspired rings.

Their service was very good and even though their website looks a little funky they are very legit. We had to come back to them a few times for replacement rings 😉

Post # 9
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2018 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Colette,

There’s nothing crazy about buying a ring online 🙂  I picked out my Claddagh engagement ring from a website called ShanOre.  Another great site to check out is AllCladdagh.  They had some really nice men’s celtic wedding rings.  Plus, the prices on both sites are very reasonable.  Neither site has a particulary large selection but what they do have is very pretty and I thought the quality and design factor was lacking on some of the other celtic ring sites.  Raru and Artisan excepted 🙂

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