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  1. Trinity Knot Pearl Earrings
    Trinity Knot Pearl Earrings
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    Was $79.95 Now $79.95
  2. Connemara Marble Rosary Bracelet
    Connemara Marble Rosary Bracelet
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  3. Silver Heart Shamrock & Claddagh Pendant
    Silver Heart Shamrock & Claddagh Pendant
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  4. 10k Gold & Silver Diamond Claddagh Engagement Ring
    10k Gold & Silver Diamond Claddagh Engagement Ring
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    $459.95
  5. Personalized Claddagh Jewelry Box Medium
    Personalized Claddagh Jewelry Box Medium
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  6. Sterling Silver Ladies Claddagh Wedding Band
    Sterling Silver Ladies Claddagh Wedding Band
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  7. Silver & Gold Gents Trinity Knot Wedding Band
    Silver & Gold Gents Trinity Knot Wedding Band
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    $519.95
  8. Silver Ladies Trinity Knot Celtic Band
    Silver Ladies Trinity Knot Celtic Band
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    $114.95
  9. Silver Ladies Celtic Knot Wedding Band
    Silver Ladies Celtic Knot Wedding Band
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    $69.95
  10. Yellow 14k Gold Celtic 0.10 Diamond Band
    Yellow 14k Gold Celtic 0.10 Diamond Band
    Was $1,599.95 Now $1,034.95
  11. Gents 10K Sheelin Celtic Knot Ring
    Gents 10K Sheelin Celtic Knot Ring
    $1,149.95
  12. Ladies 0.50 Diamond Celtic Livia Collection Ring
    Ladies Diamond Livia Collection Celtic Ring
    $7,474.95
  13. Ladies 14K Narrow Sheelin Wedding Band
    Ladies 14K Gold Sheelin Wedding Band
    $1,954.95
  14. Gents 14K Narrow Sheelin Wedding Band
    Gents 14K Gold Sheelin Wedding Band
    $2,184.95
  15. Ladies 14K Gold Corrib Claddagh Wedding Band
    14K Gold Corrib Ladies Claddagh Wedding Band
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Celtic Knot Jewelry

Find the finest collection of Celtic knot jewelry here at The Irish Store. Celtic knots date back to the 4th century and can be found on ancient monuments and illuminated manuscripts such as the stunning Book of Kells housed at Trinity College Dublin. We also have a stunning Celtic Warrior Bangle-a celtic knot bangle bracelet inspired by one of Ireland's ancient treaures, The Ardagh Chalice. 

Their enduring message of eternity still inspires Celtic knot jewelry design to this day. Choose a stunning Trinity knot pendant in sterling silver or matching Celtic wedding bands for the bride and groom in 14-carat gold.

We have Celtic spiral cufflinks inspired by carvings at Newgrange, beautifully crafted by celebrated Irish jewelry designer Declan Killen along with gorgeous Celtic earrings and Tara brooches of distinction.

Frequently Asked Questions About Celtic Knot Jewelry

When did Celtic knots originate?

In the Roman Empire, interwoven patterns first appeared in handicrafts. Knot designs were first found in the third and fourth century AD, and were quickly translated to mosaic floor patterns as well. Byzantine architecture, Celtic art, Coptic art, Islamic art, and other art forms all made extensive use of this art form. Celtic culture took the shape of knots, spirals, plait, braid, step, and key patterns to express deeply symbolic creations in or before 450 AD, before the Celts could be impacted by Christianity. The real Celtic knots are considered to be broken and reunited plaits. This began in North Italy and the southern portion of Gaul, and by the seventh century, it had then spread to Ireland. Though this style was formerly widespread throughout Europe, it is now largely restricted to Welsh, Irish, and Scottish regions.

What does the triple knot symbol mean?

The Trinity Knot, also known as the triquetra was used to represent and commemorate the neo-pagan triple goddesses Mother, Maiden, and Crone. It represents a woman's three life cycles in connection to the phases of the moon. Nowadays it can represent, 'The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit.' Irish jewelry designers and silversmiths have lately reintroduced this classic Celtic design into jewelry pieces, giving it a new lease on life. It is now frequently worn as a sign of Irish descent or everlasting love.

What does wearing a Celtic knot jewelry mean?

The meaning of this Celtic Knot is that it represents unity and perpetual spiritual existence because it has no beginning and no end. The design's symbolic line weaves around the circle in an unbroken flow, implying that there is no beginning or finish.

Shop our finest collection of celtic knot jewelry today at The Irish Store!

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