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Celtic Spin Ring

- Based on ancient Tibetan prayer wheels these unusual rings have an outer band which spins freely around the inner ring. A solid band of celtic knotwork runs around the inner ring. Approx. 5/16" wide. Very cool!
RSS-393 - Sterling Silver - $65.00 - Clearance - $32.00
5 out of 5 stars based on 4 customer reviews
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5 stars
A review by on Sun May 23rd, 2010 at 04:14:13pm

I ordered this ring 7 years ago and then took it our jewellers to cast it in white gold for our wedding rings. He cast them without the spin as it would wear down the middle. He then placed the diamonds in both my bands. I have many compliments on my rings. Thanks they are the best!

5 stars
A review by on Tue September 23rd, 2008 at 11:34:22pm

This is a very sturdy ring--My fiance and I also used them as engagement rings. These rings have been through several years of hard work now and still spin as good as the first day we wore them. They have also brought lots of great luck into our lives.

5 stars
A review by on Fri January 25th, 2008 at 03:07:04pm

This is a beautiful and well crafted ring. I have brought several worry rings. And they have all fell short, either they did not spin well or had so much nickle in them I could not wear them.

5 stars
A review by on Sat December 15th, 2007 at 08:55:08am

My fiance bought two of these (one for each of us) as engagement rings. It works well for both the feminine and masculine hand. I love the ring - and that's saying a lot coming from someone who's very particular about jewelry. Also, it's so unusual that it has been quite the conversation piece.