Celtic knotwork is representative of Irish, Welsh and Scottish heritage, and is symbolically a representation of the infinite nature of the cycles of life. The triquetra is a triangle constructed out of interwoven Celtic knotwork, and is a religious symbol used both by Christians and polytheists. To the Christians it represents the Trinity. To followers of Goddess spirituality, the symbol represents the three phases of a woman's life: maid, mother and crone.
- Made of .925 solid sterling silver
- Measures 3/4 inch (0.9 cm) tall and 5/8 inch (1.5 cm) wide, not including the french hook
- Single sided design