It is believed that the three points of the trinity and ring symbolized the earth, the sea and the sky. The ring, woven through each point of the trinity, symbolized an unbroken connection between these places. Made in the Glass Studio, Spiddal Craft Village, Spiddal, Co.Galway

(Size approx 6.5" x 6.5")

Celtic Triquetra Trinity Knot

€49.00Price
  • This stained glass triquetra trinity knot suncatcher is available in most colours, most popular colour is green and purple, as seen in first image. If you are looking for a special colour, please e-mail me your requirements. (allow up to two weeks for special commissions, especially in peak season). I love this piece of woodland art from Co. Sligo. Inspired by ancient Irish designs, Jim McCabe and his family planted this sylvan Trinity Knot in the 1980s. It is located on the slopes of Tomór mountain and can be seen from the nearby N16 Sligo to Manorhamilton road. The design is best viewed in the autumn when the Japanese Larch trees change colour and contrast with the surrounding Sitka Spruce forest. According to his family, Jim privately funded and planted the Trinity Knot for the enjoyment of all. I for one, am very glad he did... In contemporary Ireland, it is traditional for a man or women to give a loved one a trinket such as a necklace or ring signifying their affection towards each other. The triquetra, also known as a "trinity knot", is believed to represent the three promises of a relationship such as to love, honour, and protect, and can be found as a design element on Claddaghs and other wedding or engagement rings

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