The Trinity Knot, which is also known as the Triquetra, is a captivating Celtic symbol with profound spiritual significance.
Its intricate design consists of three overlapping and interconnected loops that form an unending pattern.
To the Celts, the three points symbolised the natural elements of earth, sea and sky and the interconnectedness of all things. Early Irish Christians later adapted it to represent the Holy Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Today, this celtic knot is a popular design element in Irish art and jewellery. It reminds us of the unending beauty and wisdom of our ancient culture.