Engagement Rings: The Beautiful Clogau Compose Range, Part 2

Last week we introduced you to the Clogau Compose range, if you missed it then take a look here! These Engagement rings are beautiful and an incredible gift to open this christmas! Lets hand you back over to the fabulous Welsh based company, Clogau to tell you more about them. Clogau-Compose-logoCompose-rings-group (2)

So if we said you can have an engagement ring that not only can you have a part in building, but is also set with exquisite diamonds, is quintessentially Clogau in design and contains rare Welsh gold – the same gold used in wedding rings of British royalty for decades – how would you feel? Pretty special right!

The first major link between Welsh Gold and the Royal family began in 1911 when Prince Edward I was officially invested as the Prince of Wales in a special ceremony at Caernarvon Castle on the fringes of Snowdonia, North Wales.

This very same rare Welsh gold has since been used to create wedding rings for some members of the Royal Family since 1923. This tradition was founded by The Queen Mother, then Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, on her marriage to the Duke of York on 26 April 1923. Compose-rings-groupHer Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s wedding ring, from her marriage to The Duke of Edinburgh on 20 November 1947 is crafted from a nugget of pure Welsh gold from the Clogau St. David’s mine. Other members of the Royal Family to have Welsh gold wedding rings include Princess Anne (1973), the late Princess Diana (1981), Prince Charles (1981 & 2005) and Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall (2005).

The tradition of using Welsh gold in the wedding rings of the British Royal family was carried into its 88th year with the most recent Royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on 29th April 2011. Catherine commissioned her wedding ring to be made from pure Welsh gold.

Now, it is your chance to feel like a Princess and without further ado, as promised, let us introduce two more of our truly sublime engagement ring designs and bride personalities.

Cecilia – The Trendsetting Bride Clogau Compose - Cecilia (2)

Captivating and feminine, the trendsetting bride is always at the forefront of all that is happening. Romantic yet striking she leads the way in fashion and style. Her confidence and dramatic nature ensure her alluring personality shines through. Clogau Compose - Cecilia

Viola – The Bohemian Bride Clogau Compose - Viola

A natural free-spirit whose lifestyle and love of the world is infectious and resonates to her very core. She is joyful and enchanting and her company never fails to delight those who are lucky enough to share her passionate and charming joy for life. Clogau Compose - Viola (2)

There are currently two more personalities to introduce to you. We hope that their sentiments, styles and majestic connections will engage with you and inspire you to create your own dream ring that reflects all you mean to each other.

We hope you will join us to meet our next two brides in the New Year!

To find out more about Clogau Compose go to https://www.clogau.co.uk/compose/

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. Cwtch the Bride only accepts sponsored posts from companies we think will be useful to you :) 

If you are in Cardiff in the run up to Christmas make sure you visit the Clogau Cardiff store and take a photo under the Clogau Mistletoe Archway- it’s the most romantic place to be this Christmas! Share your photos with the hashtag #ClogauKisses Mistleto Arch 1

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