In Season 4 of 'Outlander', James Fraser presents his wife Claire with a new wedding ring that is designed with a Celtic knot motif of intertwining leaves and Scottish thistle flowers
In this episode, Blood of My Blood, we learn why Jamie had given Murtagh one of his mother’s solid silver candlesticks in the previous episode: He'd asked him to fashion a new wedding ring for Claire, ever his 'Sassenach'.
The beautiful shiny new ring that he presents to Claire is engraved with a saying on the inside of the band. This special inscription reads 'Da mi basia mille' which translates to 'Give me a thousand kisses'.
This special poem by Catullus is one that holds special meaning to Jamie and Claire. The words are a reminder that they will always love each other more than anything, no matter what else is happening in their lives.
The rings shown below replicate the beautiful style of Claire's brand new wedding ring in 'Outlander'. Done in either Sterling Silver or Stainless Steel for lasting lifetime beauty.
Just click one of the photos below to see a larger image, or to find out how to get one of these for your very own - or to even get a His & Hers Set.
(You can also click HERE to see more about Claire's original Lallybroch 'blade & bow' sporran key ring.)