Celtic Triquetra Knot Charm
Manufacturer: Peter Stone Jewellery
Product Code: TCM039
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Peter Stone Jewellery
- High quality jewellery manufacturer
The Peter Stone Company purchases raw silver and produces their own true .925 sterling silver alloy in their own factory. All rings are cast to size and craftsmen cut and inlay each stone for a perfect fit. Every piece of jewellery created is hand polished not tumble polished, which leads to a high quality finish that is noticeably different.
Peter Koslowski had been working on merchant ships since 1983 while living in Sri Lanka and was fortunate to be exposed to an abundance of precious stones and he began to purchase and trade them, as well as silver. During this period he also studied gemology and jewellery making in a number of countries. This then lead to the founding of the Peter Stone Company in 1992 in Bangkok, Thailand, where he still resides.
- Eternity, divine
The triquetra or triqueta symbol is made up of three interlocked circles which are fully connected together and can't be torn apart. It's thought to have originally been a Celtic symbol and is used by Pagans and Wiccans to represent the triple goddess - maid, mother and crone - and is sometimes referred to as the power of three.
It's sometimes used by Christians too, to represent the Holy Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit (sometimes it's adapted by Christians into three interlocked fish). Plus, others believe it represents similar trinities, such as:
* Mind, body and soul
* Earth, sea and sky
* Physical, mental and spiritual
The unbroken circle represents eternity and the number three is often seen as being a divine number. So it could be a good symbol to give to someone whom you wish to be with for eternity or to have around if you want to strength your connection with the divine.
- Celtic sacred artistic expression
Celtic knots are sacred symbols passed down from the Celts (a name given by the Romans to groups of independent tribes with the British Isles). There are countless different designs all depicting lines that interconnect and do not finish at one particular point. We would like to attribute specific meanings to many of them, but often they were simply means of sacred expression. Just like the Buddhist eternal knot they are expressions of the infinite, never ending nature of life and creation. Knot work similar to this, from different cultures, can be seen throughout the history of Europe, and the Eastern world, many of the symbols thousands of years old.
Mentally unravelling these knots and following the flow within each piece can be seen to occupy the mental mind with deep concentration thus leaving us open to the deeper more divine side of life and to something more profound than language can express.
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