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After seeing this Celtic design represented in various forms I decided I had to have a piece in my portfolio and this pendant was born. I chose a very recognizable representation of the symbol of a circle that goes through the three interconnected loops of the Triquetra. The circle emphasizes the unity of the whole combination of the three elements. This piece is 1 3/16 inches (30mm) including the ring it hangs from and 1 inch (25mm) triangle

this is the link for the smaller pendant

For pendant purchases I also include the choice of either an 18 inch silver plated chain or 27 inches of black waxed cotton cord.

This is the link for the earrings

I use the Lost Wax Method of casting so no two pieces are exactly alike. I hand finish all my pieces. My castings are available in ALL precious metals from recycled silver to platinum. I can add stones if you like in most cases just convo me and I will quote a price and delivery time. I have a wide variety of designs as I never know what will influence me from a walk in the woods to one in the city.I cast all my metaphysical pieces either during the full moon or the new moon so as to give the best energy for the people who want that.

The history of this design crosses many cultures:
Germanic paganism-
The triquetra has been found on runestones in Northern Europe and on early Germanic coins. The thought is it had pagan religious meanings. It is reminiscent of the Valknut, a symbol associated with Odin.
Christian use-
The symbol was later used by Christians as a symbol of the Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit). This adaptation was particularly easy because the triquetra incorporated three shapes that could be interpreted as Christian Ιχθυς symbols.
Celtic art-
The triquetra is often found , most notably in metal work and in illustrated manuscripts like the Book of Kells. Since the triquetra very rarely stood alone cast a reasonable doubt on its use as a symbol giving rise to the thought it may have been used primarily as a space filler or for ornamentation. Celtic art lives on as both a living folk art tradition and through several revivals over the centuries. This widely recognized knot has been used in for the past two centuries a sign of special things and persons that are threefold, such as Mother, Daughter and Grandmother - Past, Present and Future -and especially the Holy Trinity, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Celtic Knot TRIQUETRA Pendant KAM Copyrighted Custom Design In Sterling Silver medium size