Celtic two ring wedding goblet
The wedding season is upon us again and this is a unique gift.
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A beautiful goblet hand turned in wood with 2 captive rings on the stem. It is made from one piece of wood and dates back to a 17th century tradition.
The rings are a symbol of love and commitment, denoting strength, unity and eternity. Longevity and happiness for the couples future is assured as long as the rings remain intact. The couple toast themselves on their wedding day from the goblet and often the best man reads from the scroll which accompanies it so the guests know what it all symbolises. They are approximately 9- 10” tall and are shown in sycamore (light wood) and Iroko, shown in the darker wood in tulip style. If you would prefer a different wood, please message me.
What a beautiful and unique gift, which the couple are sure to treasure.
It also makes a wonderful 5th anniversary gift – wood.
It comes with a printed scroll (burned round the edges) to detail the symbolism of it all.
These are made to order so please allow 14 days for the making and delivery, although it will usually be quicker than that.
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