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This is a beautiful large size Trinity Knot Necklace handcrafted using a mix of metals – copper, brass and alpaca silver.

Simple but lovely Celtic design necklace inspired by the Celtic Trinity Knot, which represents eternity – life, death and re-birth.

Beautiful Celtic Design Irish Jewellery, handcrafted in Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

 

Brand: Kieran Cunningham Jewellery

Material: Silver

Made in: Wicklow

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A beautiful large size Trinity Knot Pendant handcrafted using a mix of metals – copper, brass and alpaca silver.

A simple but beautiful Celtic design necklace. Inspired by the Celtic Trinity Knot, which represents eternity – life, death and re-birth.

Handcrafted in Ireland by Kevin Cunningham, Co. Wicklow. This unique pendant is polished and laquered to prevent tarnishing.

Dimensions: approx. 2 cm x 2 cm, on a 62 cm chunky plated chain.

The Trinity Knot Pendant is an ideal Irish gift for:

  • St. Patrick’s Day Gifts
  • Birthday Gifts
  • Christmas Gifts
  • Valentine’s Day Gifts
  • Anniversary Gifts
  • Friendship Gifts
Trinity Knot

The Trinity Knot is also known as the Triquetra, which literally means three cornered. This is one of the most recognised Celtic symbols.

The Triquetra predates Christianity. It was the Celtic symbol of the Goddess Odin. The Celts believed the Triquetra to represent many things of three:

  • mind, body and soul: mental, physical and spiritual;
  • earth, sea and sky
  • beginning, middle and end – continuity
  • the past, present and future

The ancient Celtic Trinity Knot was adopted by Christianity as a symbol of the Holy Trinity. i.e. the Father, Son & Holy Spirit. This symbol is often found in ancient Irish manuscripts, such as the famous Book of Kells.

In modern times, the Trinity Knot is gifted as a token of promise; to love, to honour and to protect.

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