Welsh Dragon, Sterling/14K

Top design width at 20mm or around 1/2 " makes this a statement without being overbearing. The shank tapers down nicely at the back making this comfortable for a ring of this structure. Of course, the unique aspect of this custom creation is the casting of the dragon in 14K yellow gold, which is soldered into the Strerling Silver shank. This is the cream of the crop, and be aware that I have made several of these in solid 14K as well, which are pretty classy for folks in the mood for an heirloom family ring! I am on a holding pattern for creating this in specific sizes at this time. (covid related)

This hand wax carved version of the Welsh Dragon design by James Walton, has been conformed to fit within the confines of a ring format, and is among our most popular dragon rings for many years. Classic and easy to wear for a more substantial ring, there are many (mostly) men who claim this ring as a daily display of their heritage or as a dragon lover! 

I got lazy and copied some valid notes from Wikipedia below :)

The Welsh Dragon (WelshY Ddraig Goch, meaning the red dragonpronounced [ə ˈðraiɡ ˈɡoːχ]) is a heraldic symbol that appears on the national flag of Wales. The oldest recorded use of the dragon to symbolise Wales is in the Historia Brittonum, written around AD 829, but it is popularly supposed to have been the battle standard of King Arthur and other ancient Celtic leaders. Its association with these leaders, along with other evidence from archaeology, literature, and documentary history, led many to suppose that it evolved from an earlier Romano-British national symbol.[1] During the reigns of the Tudor monarchs, the red dragon was used as a supporter in the English Crown's coat of arms.[2] The red dragon is often seen as symbolising all things Welsh, and is used by many public and private institutions. Copyright 1996-2020.


Welsh Dragon, Sterling/14K

Price: $600.00
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