Silver Tara's Princess Heart Trinity Pendant adorned with a Crystal

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About this Piece

The princess trinity knot necklace is lovingly crafted in Sterling silver and embellished with sparkling crystals. Its bejeweled twin-hole pendant is shaped like a crown with trinity knot motif with a heart on top. Two tiny holes at the ends of the crown hold the two ends of a thin silver chain to complete the necklace. The crown and the chain are in silver hue.

The rose gold plated heart has been adorned with a solitaire look crystal for a beautiful contrast and a precious look. The trinity knot symbolizes life, death and rebirth, and also the Holy Trinity to cast a protective aura over the wearer. This is the perfect gift for the princess of your heart. Or the one in your mirror.

History of the Celtic Trinity

The leaf-life trinity knot, or triquetra (from the Latin 'three-cornered), was used by early Christans to represent the Holy Trinity, though the symbol has its roots in earlier pre-Christian religions, possibly existing thousands of years beforehand. Being such as versatile symbol, the triquetra has countless interpretations - the number three was an important number in Celtic symbolism, so possible meanings also include the unity of the earth/sea/sky, the three stages of life, or various triple-deities. 

It came to prominence during the period of 'insular art' in the early middle ages, which combined early Christian and Celtic art. Some of its most famous incarnations are found within the artwork of the Book of Kells. It was popularized again during the Celtic revival of the 19th Century. 

About the Maker

For over 35 years, ShanOre have been keeping Celtic history alive by allowing wearers to celebrate their Irish heritage. Taking inspiration from ancient Celtic design while adding their own contemporary flourishes of Irish culture, the family-owned jewelers have won dozens of awards, including the NACTA Jewelry Supplier of the Year.

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