The trinity knot, also called a triquetra, is an unending three-cornered shape, used throughout Celtic art as far back as the 8th century Book of Kells. Artists and craftsmen have used it to represent three-fold concepts for centuries: past, present, and future; daughter, mother, grandmother; and the Christian Holy Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Today many people embrace the trinity knot as a symbol of Irish or Scottish heritage or spiritual beliefs.
These 14k gold-plated sterling designs are handcrafted by artisans in a family-run studio in the heart of Dublin. Two rings encircling the central knot are accented by diamond chips.