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Eamon ó Broin Jewellery

Double Triquetra Celtic Ring

Double Triquetra Celtic Ring

Regular price €432,00 EUR
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Double Triquetra Celtic Band

9ct yellow gold on sterling silver

As each ring is uniquely handcrafted, the hammered textured lines on your silver band may vary slightly from above images

Hallmarked and stamped / certified by the Dublin Assay Office Company of Goldsmiths.

The Celtic Knot is one of the best known motifs in Celtic jewellery and art. The delicate twists and turns are found in ancient stone art and tattoos, in illuminated manuscripts- in fact, just about anywhere the Celtic people have travelled. Similar designs exist in Norse culture, and as far as China.

Many people find Celtic knots mysterious and beautiful, but few know the true meaning of the Celtic knots they wear. The knots originated in the 3rd and 4th B.C. and were used to denote faith, declare love and unity and protect against evil spirits. They also represent infinity and eternity because Celtic knots do not contain beginnings or ends. Two of the most commonly recognized knots are the Celtic cross and the Trinity Knot. The Celtic cross is a religious symbol that signifies different things, depending on the religion. In ancient times, the circle may have referenced the sun god.

Irish Catholics believe the circle around the head of the cross signifies God’s eternal love. What we know for sure is that the Celtic cross has travelled through time and across many religions to become a worldwide symbol. Two Celtic knots are said to signify love, including the Love Knot and the Sailor’s Knot, and the meaning of these Celtic knots is essentially the same. The designs, however, are very different. The love knot is comprised of several intertwining loops that do not begin or end, and it is typically formed into a ring to symbolize eternal love.

The Sailor’s Knot is comprised of two ropes that are intricately woven together to create endless loops. These were woven by Celtic sailors in memory of the loves ones they left behind. These knots signify eternal love that will never break because these knots are the most durable of all the Celtic knots.

All of my jewellery designs are handcrafted from my studio in Dublin, Ireland.

Please allow 2-3 weeks from time of purchase to postage, as each design is handcrafted to specific dimensions. All items Sent by registered Post with an Post, Ireland's national post carrier. Tracking information emailed to you at time of postage.

If you are not entirely happy with your purchase at Eamon ó Broin Jewellery, please return your item of jewellery within 7 days of purchase. I will refund the cost of your item. Please let me know the reason for return so I may improve my service. This will ensure that each piece of Jewellery is made to the highest standard and offers you the customer a risk free purchase.

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