Triquetra Celtic Trinity Knot - Etched Copper - Moss Agate & Bronzite Gemstone Beaded Necklace - Norse Wiccan Druid

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Handmade

Material

Gemstone

Dimensions

Necklace length: 21.5 Inches; Pendant height: 38 Millimeters; Pendant width: 38 Millimeters

This is a handmade beaded necklace consisting of green Moss Agate gemstone beads and accented with dark golden/brown Bronzite gemstone beads. Necklace has an overall length of 21.5inches and closes up using a hand hammered copper s-hook. Beads have been strung on the most durable braided stainless steel beading wire on the market.

The pendant is a hand hammered copper disk and features an acid etched representation of the Triquetra, also known as a Celtic Knot, or Trinity Knot.

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About the symbol:

The triquetra (sometimes, triqueta) is a tripartate symbol composed of three interlocked vesica pisces, marking the intersection of three circles. It is most commonly a symbol of the Holy Trinity (Father, son, Holy spirit) used by the Celtic Christian Church, sometimes stylized as three interlaced fish.

The triqueta symbol predates Christianity and was likely a Celtic symbol of the Goddess, and in the North, a symbol of the god Odin. Although it is often asserted that the triquetra is a symbol of a tripartite goddess, no such goddess has been identified with the symbol. Similar symbols do occur in some Norse and Celtic goddess imagery, but most likely represents the divisions of the animal kingdom and the three domains of earth mentioned above.

Triplicities were common symbols in Celtic myth and legend, one of the possible reasons Christian beliefs were so easily adopted by the Celtic people. The triqueta makes an ideal Christian symbol. It is a perfect representation of the concept of “three in one” in Christian trinity beliefs, and incorporates another popular Christian symbol, the fish, in its original form of the vesica pisces. It is sometimes enclosed within a circle to emphasize the unity aspect.

In Wiccan and Neopagan belief, the triqueta symbolizes the triple aspected goddess (maid, mother, and crone). Some Christians have protested this “appropriation” of the symbol…however, ironically enough, the original Christian fish symbol was derived from an early symbol of venus, one representing female generative organs- making the triquetra perfectly appropriate symbol for a Goddess revival. The triquetra is also considered to represent the triplicities of mind, body, and soul, as well as the three domains of earth according to Celtic mythology- earth, sea, and sky.

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Necklace Specs:

Moss Agate Beads: 8.4mm
Bronzite Beads: 8.4mm
Necklace Length: 21.5inches
Pendant: 38x38mm (1.5inches)

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Metaphysical Properties of Moss Agate:

In addition to the generic healing properties of Agate and Chalcedony, Moss Agate is a stone of new beginnings. Refreshes the soul and enables you to see beauty in all you behold. Moss Agate reduces sensitivity to weather and environmental pollutants. It attracts abundance in wealth and improves self-esteem.

Handcrafted by Midgard Metal Designs
This is a handmade beaded necklace consisting of green Moss Agate gemstone beads and accented with dark golden/brown Bronzite gemstone beads. Necklace has an overall length of 21.5inches and closes up using a hand hammered copper s-hook. Beads have been strung on the most durable braided stainless steel beading wire on the market.

The pendant is a hand hammered copper disk and features an acid etched representation of the Triquetra, also known as a Celtic Knot, or Trinity Knot.

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About the symbol:

The triquetra (sometimes, triqueta) is a tripartate symbol composed of three interlocked vesica pisces, marking the intersection of three circles. It is most commonly a symbol of the Holy Trinity (Father, son, Holy spirit) used by the Celtic Christian Church, sometimes stylized as three interlaced fish.

The triqueta symbol predates Christianity and was likely a Celtic symbol of the Goddess, and in the North, a symbol of the god Odin. Although it is often asserted that the triquetra is a symbol of a tripartite goddess, no such goddess has been identified with the symbol. Similar symbols do occur in some Norse and Celtic goddess imagery, but most likely represents the divisions of the animal kingdom and the three domains of earth mentioned above.

Triplicities were common symbols in Celtic myth and legend, one of the possible reasons Christian beliefs were so easily adopted by the Celtic people. The triqueta makes an ideal Christian symbol. It is a perfect representation of the concept of “three in one” in Christian trinity beliefs, and incorporates another popular Christian symbol, the fish, in its original form of the vesica pisces. It is sometimes enclosed within a circle to emphasize the unity aspect.

In Wiccan and Neopagan belief, the triqueta symbolizes the triple aspected goddess (maid, mother, and crone). Some Christians have protested this “appropriation” of the symbol…however, ironically enough, the original Christian fish symbol was derived from an early symbol of venus, one representing female generative organs- making the triquetra perfectly appropriate symbol for a Goddess revival. The triquetra is also considered to represent the triplicities of mind, body, and soul, as well as the three domains of earth according to Celtic mythology- earth, sea, and sky.

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Necklace Specs:

Moss Agate Beads: 8.4mm
Bronzite Beads: 8.4mm
Necklace Length: 21.5inches
Pendant: 38x38mm (1.5inches)

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Metaphysical Properties of Moss Agate:

In addition to the generic healing properties of Agate and Chalcedony, Moss Agate is a stone of new beginnings. Refreshes the soul and enables you to see beauty in all you behold. Moss Agate reduces sensitivity to weather and environmental pollutants. It attracts abundance in wealth and improves self-esteem.

Handcrafted by Midgard Metal Designs

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