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Celtic Wolf Sterling Silver Knotwork Ring

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The ancient history of Celts shows us that many Celtic tribes believed to be descended from wolves like the founder of Rome, Romulus and Remus. The Wolves were the sacred animals of the Celts as they were considered to be powerful aides and guides. Wolves were a positive symbol for transformation. Moreover, this product is 100% handmade by our best designersand made to authoritatively mandate.

100% pure silver is too soft to make durable jewelry out of. As a result, the industry standard is to combine 92.5% silver with 7.5% of other metals to create a strong alloy that can be used in jewelry. This alloy is what is referred to as Sterling Silver 925.  

  • Material: Silver
  • Color: Custom
  • Technics: Handmade

We are shipping worldwide!

Your order should arrive depending on your location:

US orders will take 7-21 business days to arrive

Rest of the world: 18-35 business days is the average time of arrival

For further questions please refer to our Shipping Page

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If you don't know your ring size we can help! There are 2 methods you can use to work out the correct ring size you need. To work this out you will need a ruler which shows mm and a piece of string of paper.

Method 1 - Without a Ring

  1. Cut a piece of string or a thin piece of paper about 6 inches long.
  2. Fold/wrap the string/paper around your ring finger at the base of the knuckle.
  3. Mark with a pen the point on the string/paper where the ends meet.
  4. Measure in mm from the start of the string/paper to where you marked it with a pen.
  5. The number you get is the circumference of your ring finger.
  6. Find the circumference in the table below to find the corresponding ring size.

Method 2 - With a Ring

  1. Take your ring off and place it flat on a table/desk.
  2. Measure the distance in mm between the inner edges of your ring with a ruler.
  3. This is the diameter of your ring in mm.
  4. Look up the diameter in the table below to find the corresponding ring size.

Circumference (mm)Diameter (mm)US Ring Size
37.812.040.5
39.112.451
40.412.851.5
41.713.262
42.913.672.5
44.214.073
45.514.483.5
46.814.884
4815.294.5
48.715.495
5015.95.5
51.216.316
52.516.716.5
53.817.127
55.117.537.5
56.317.938
57.618.348.5
58.918.759
60.219.159.5
61.419.5610
62.719.9610.5
6420.3711
65.320.7811.5
66.621.1812
67.821.5912.5
68.521.7913

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