Welsh 'Y Draig Goch' 'The Red Dragon' National Flag Of Wales Ring
|Brand||Hamilton and Young|
|Category||Charms & Pendants|
|Contents||Comes in a soft black velvet pouch, making it an ideal gift for Christmas, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Weddings, or a gift or souvenir for a loved one, or why not just treat yourself! And A Leaflet Explaining The History Of Charles Rennie Mackintosh|
|Display||Features a Traditional Welsh Design|
|Variety||Crafted with 316L Stainless Steel is an alloy which comprises of a minimum 10.5% chromium. Stainless Steel is notorious for their corrosion resistance making it a good alloy for jewellery. The robust and enduring properties of stainless steel will guarantee a high quality piece which will not tarnish.|
A big, solid, chunky unisex Celtic ring featuring the famous Welsh Dragon, the national flag of Wales.
Crafted in the finest 316L untarnishable Stainless Steel which benefits from being non-allergenic.
This ring, suitable for men and women, will delight lovers of all things Celtic, and the unique history of the Celts and their influence on our lives today.
Shipped to you direct from Scotland in an attractive Black velvet pouch, it will make an ideal gift, and a lasting memento, for yourself or for someone you love.
Please select the size you want from the drop down menu above.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF WIZARDS & WITCHES
Wizards and Witches are people thought to possess magical powers or to command supernatural forces, and appear in the myths and folklore of many cultures.
The word �Witch� usually refers to a female, though male witches exist in some traditions.
Men who possess the powers associated with witchcraft are often known as wizards or warlocks.
All are practitioners of magic and have the potential to be good or evil.
During the Middle Ages in Europe, the belief in witches was widespread. Witches were said to be worshipers of the Devil. Thousands of women and some men were tortured and executed after being accused of witchcraft. The English who settled in North America brought along a fear of witches.
Today, books such as the �Harry Potter� series have re-ignited interest in Wizards and Witches.