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John Urban is a master jeweller who has been handcrafting fine jewelery since 1974. John thrives on creating Celtic Wedding Rings with select works of interwoven art that ring true, with beauty on the surface, and meaning from within.

JOHN URBAN Jewelry COLLECTIONS:
     Celtic Rings for Wedding,   Engagement, Commitment,   Love:
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- Unique Wedding Rings For 3 Diamonds
- Unique Engagement Rings For One Diamond, Or Precious Stone
- Rings With Celtic Animal   Designs
- Rings With Spirals, Triskels,   La Tène, and Celtic Knot   Designs
- Celtic Inscription Rings
- One of a kind Celtic Rings
     Other Celtic Jewelry:
- Celtic Earrings
- Celtic Cufflinks
- Ordering Info
- Necessary Reading:   Accurate Finger Sizing
- Celtic Symbolism,    Background, Links
Some Earlier Work, Still Available:
- One of a kind Wedding   Rings,  Engagement Rings   with Precious Gems
- Leaf and House Rings
- Cicada Wing Earrings
     UNMOUNTED GEMSTONES:
- HYDROPHANE OPALS
ARTIST'S BIO
Sculpture For Sale:'What I Always Wanted'
BIO: 1971-Present
IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Customer Feedback:

Hi John, I just wanted to write and thank you again for our beautiful wedding rings. Everything went wonderfully and we are so happy! You have an amazing talent. I've attached some photos - one of us and one of our rings. Thanks again, so much!       Holly K.



Shown with and without stone. Also available with three diamonds and no bumpers. Inspired by a carved stone in Drumcliffe, Ireland. I created this design myself with a certain symbolism in mind. These dogs represent trust, affection, faithfulness, and unconditional love. Their elongated ears are closely intertwined symbolizing mutual sensitivity. But their tails, a means of personal expression, are separately intertwined, and have different terminations, symbolizing a blend of mutual sensitivity that allows for freedom of personal expression.

Available in 14kt gold, sterling combinations.

Side view

Drumcliff Dogs: Variations, Pricing, Another Image

Facing Dogs Band, Sterling with 14kt Rose Gold.

Facing Dogs, here seen from front and side, features a pair of interwoven dogs who are clearly focused on each other. Each dog's tail, a means of personal expression, is independently interwoven, and terminates in a Trinity knot, which could be interpreted to represent their past, present, and future expressions. I see this design resonating with couples who are artists or writers.

Facing Dogs Band: Variations, Pricing, Another Image

Not ever having written any books, apart from copying Biblical Gospels, the Celts developed ways of using visual symbols to tell a story. Accordingly, the components of this image, stylized dogs, are the vocabulary, and the way they are used becomes the grammar of the message. As symbols for the highest kind of love, the dogs here are tightly holding onto each other's bodies with their mouths, implying intimacy, with a mutually strong passion for remaining together.

Inseparable: Variations, Pricing, Another Image

 

Featuring four stylized Irish wolfhounds, which represent the qualities of dogs - the qualities of faithfulness, unconditional love, and trust. Four represents several things: the four directions of the compass, the four seasons, and the four classical elements. I would read this pattern to mean, 'Wherever you go, to the North, South, East, or West; whenever you go; (whatever the season is), and whatever you are going through (on land, water, through the air, or fire (through troubles), remember; you are connected.'

Standard sizes available.

Double-Dog: Variations, Pricing, Another Image

 

This pattern features three stylized interwoven dogs having extremely long ears. Three often symbolized eternity; the past, present and future. At each end of the pattern, the loop turns around, perhaps symbolizing an endless cycle of life, death, and rebirth. The dogs probably represent the qualities of dogs-faithfullness and unconditional love, rather than actual dogs. Their very long ears emphasize sensitivity, suggesting how sensitivity, (or the lack of it), can affect the flow of events in time. In the context of the pocket Gospel this pattern is derived from, the monk who included this illustration was probably expressing his aspiration to love his God as the dog would love his master-unconditionally.


Standard sizes available.

Longears Celtic Band: Variations, Pricing, Another Image

 

This style uses a rotated and repeated image of a pattern found on a Celtic relic in Brentford, England. It dates to 300 B.C., and features 'peltas', and stylized duck's heads. It seems to be about flow, and change, and balance. I just find it very beautiful, and intriguing. Perhaps someday, someone will be able to understand it more completely.

Shown above are the 10.5mm and 9.5mm width proportions. Both are available in all finger sizes.

Repeating Brentfords: Variations, Pricing, Another Image

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