If you are looking for a special colour in the Trinity knot with the copper patina finish and spiral decorations, please e-mail us directly at info@glasscraft.ie

I love this piece of woodland art in the images 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...

Copper celtic spiral trinity knot

€38.00Price
  • The emerald green glass Trinity knot stained glass suncatcher is made with a special ancient copper patina, and hand made spiral copper wire on each corner of the glass. Each sun catcher comes ready for hanging with a jump ring. Ancient lore has it that the three points of the trinity knot were for the earth, the sea and the sky. The trinity knot was later used by the early Christian settlers in Ireland to illustrate the holy trinity in religious manuscripts.On a more spiritual level, it has also been known to symbolize life, death, and rebirth.
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