Celtic Trinity Knot
Connemara Marble Collection
The Trinity Knot or Triquetra was used to symbolise and honour the Mother, Maiden and Crone of the neo-pagan Triple Goddess.
It represents the three life-cycles of a woman in relation to the phases of the moon:
In more recent times, it has come to be recognised as a symbol for ‘The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit’.
Today, it is commonly worn as a symbol of Irish ancestry or everlasting love.
This necklace will make a beautiful and meaningful gift for your loved ones.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT:
• Stainless Steel Celtic Bail
• Round Connemara Marble Bead
Size: 8 mm
Celtic Trinity Knot Within a Circle, Triquetra Pendant
Antiqued Silver Plated Pendant
Width: 3,3 cm
Length: 7 cm
• Silver Stainless Steel Chain with Lobster Claw
Width: 2,2 mm
Length: 46 cm
Being handcrafted, each necklace is kinda unique and the colour of the bead may slightly be different from the actual picture.
Celtic Trinity Knot Necklace
Ireland is divided into 4 Provinces, each Province has its own distinctive marble,
Connemara green marble from West Connaught is probably the best known followed by Kilkenny black from Leinster, the lesser known red marble from Cork-Munster and white marble from Derry-Ulster have their own characterised natural beauty.
The Connemara Marble bead used for this jewellery are hand-carved and hand-polish by Gerard in Connemara.
This necklace was hand-crafted by myself on Inis Mór, Aran Islands.