Bind your love with the eloquence of our Gaelic Script Wedding Rings, each band a whisper of ancient romance in the language of the Celts. Irish Gaelic, with its rich oral tradition, offers expressions of love that resonate deeply, phrases that weave the tapestry of a relationship with grace and depth.

Inscribe your union with words that have carried love through the ages, like ‘Mo Anam Cara,’ the Gaelic for ‘my soulmate,’ etched into the very metal of your ring. Our collection also honors the mystic Ogham script, Ireland’s earliest form of writing, transforming your band into a standing stone of your love story.

Are you ready to wear a symbol that speaks the language of the heart? Choose a Gaelic Script Wedding Ring and let the ancient words of love encircle your commitment with their timeless message.

Gaelic Script Wedding Rings

Ogham Script Silver Celtic Wedding Ring


Celtic Knot Wedding Rings

Gra Go Deo’ Gold Celtic Wedding Ring



What is the uniqueness of Gaelic Script Wedding Rings?

The uniqueness of these rings lies in the ancient Irish Gaelic Script engraved on them, which is rich in expressing complex narratives and emotions. Some phrases like ""Gra Go Deo"", ""Gra Gael Mo Chroi"" and ""Mo Anam Cara"" convey the essence of a relationship more succinctly than the English language.

What is Ogham and how is it incorporated in the rings?

Ogham is the ancient Irish alphabet presented in a series of notches and incisions on standing stones found throughout Ireland. Some designs of Gaelic Script Wedding Rings incorporate Ogham script, adding a piece of historic significance to your ring.

What does ""Gra Go Deo"" mean?

""Gra Go Deo"" translates to ""love forever"" in English. It is one of the Gaelic phrases that is featured on some of the Gaelic Script Wedding Rings.

What does ""Mo Anam Cara"" mean?

""Mo Anam Cara"" translates to ""my soulmate"" in English. This phrase can be seen inscribed on certain rings in the Gaelic Script Wedding Rings collection.