Celtic Heart Crystal Pendant
Three in One – Trinity Knot
The Trinity Knot, also known as a Triquetra, can be found dating back thousands of years in Celtic culture and design. The three interlaced shapes are said to represent the union of three things in a manner where no beginning and no end can be found. These may include mind, body, and spirit, or past, present, and future. The Triquetra is also used to stand for the commitment to love, honor and protect in a marriage or relationship.
Lots of Love – Claddagh
The Claddagh symbol bears special significance in Celtic culture. The two hands are said to represent friendship. Together they gingerly hold a heart, which signifies love, which is beneath a crown standing for loyalty. These are said to to be the three necessities for a lasting relationship. The larger heart is a symbol of the unending love that is shared between two people, as it stands for one sharing their heart and whole being with the other person.
Few things are associated with a country as strongly as the shamrock is to Ireland. As tradition goes, the use of the shamrock for symbolic purposes dates back to St. Patrick, and his mission to deliver Christianity to the people of the Emerald Isle. It is said that St. Patrick used the common shamrock, a clover found all over the Irish landscape, to illustrate that God the Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit all exist within one being like the leaves of the shamrock. Today it is known throughout the world as a symbol of Ireland.
This pendant makes a great statement necklace that can be worn on a daily basis, as the silver and gold combination goes perfectly with any style or occasion. Consider wearing it with strapless dress to create a statement all your own.