This gold Triquetra symbol predates Christianity and was the Celtic symbol representing the theres stage of a woman life. Innocence - Creativity - Wisdom.
Set with diamonds in yellow gold and handcrafted in Ireland it is a modern token of promise, love and protection
The Trinity knot symbol decorated Irish ancient manuscripts such as the Book of Kells and is also found on Irish Celtic crosses throughout Ireland.
The Celtic Trinity Knot, also known as the ‘Triquetra Knot’, was adopted from ancient Celtic art by Christianity as a symbol of the Holy Trinity; Father, Son & Holy Spirit. The number three bore great significance in Celtic culture. It was associated with the mind, body, spirit; earth, sea, sky as well as life’s stages; innocence, creativity and wisdom.
The Trinity Knot represents the belief in the number three and the intertwining continuity of all things. It is the most well-known of all Celtic knots, gifted in modern times as a token of promise; to love, honor and to protect.