Elsewhere across the globe, Celtic artisans favored primarily silver
for their jewelry making. Peak years for the creation of some of the
world’s most valued Celtic pieces of jewelry were from 800 BC to 550 AD,
when these jewelry masters developed the magnificent Celtic designs
that are still seen to this day, including the Celtic knot, the Claddagh
symbol, the ancient triple spiral design and others. These exquisite
patterns are commonly found on modern men’s rings and remain just as popular now as they have been for hundreds of years.