The Celtic trinity knot jewelry dates back to the 5th century and was used extensively by ancient monks in illuminated manuscripts such as the Book of Kells and the Book of Durrow.
In this way, the gift of a piece of celtic trinity knot jewelry from Ireland pays homage to the skills of craftsmen from a bygone era.
An ancient symbol of eternity, it inspires Celtic jewelry design to this day and here at The Irish Store we have gathered the very finest trinity knot pendants, trinity knot rings, trinity knot earrings and jewelry sets that Ireland has to offer.
Fashioned from sterling silver and gold and crafted with exquisite attention to detail, you’re sure to find the perfect Irish gift for all occasions in our stunning collection.
Frequently Asked Questions About Trinity Knot Jewelry & Necklaces
What does the Trinity Knot Symbolize in the Trinity Knot necklace?
The origin of the Trinity Knot or Triquetra goes back to pagan Ireland, where three was the magic number. Christians used it as a sign of the Holy Trinity and it most famously appears in the stunning 9th century Book of Kells which is housed in Trinity College. From Life, Death and Rebirth to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the Trinity knot remains an age-old Irish symbol of eternity.
What is the Difference between a Celtic Knot and a Trinity Knot?
Celtic knots are an umbrella term for any of the many knot designs like trinity knot which are prevalent in early Celtic art. The Trinity Knot is one such design and is probably the most popular of all the Celtic knots.