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Celtic Trinity Knot Ring Sterling Silver with Connemara Marble I

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Celtic Trinity Knot Ring Sterling Silver with Connemara Marble I

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Our customer Karin called this Celtic Trinity Knot ring "This is a great little ring. Top quality and first class." We're happy that she liked her ring! When you purchase from Biddy Murphy, you become part of our extended family. You'll love your purchase or we'll make it right. But what's not to love about this 7/16" wide sterling silver Trinity Knot ring? This sterling silver Celtic Trinity Knot ring features an inlay made from Connemara marble, a unique stone that dates back over 900 million years. Connemara Marble can only be found in Ireland and is also known as “Ireland’s gemstone”.

The Trinity Knot or Triquetra is a Celtic symbol of ancient origin and one of the earliest symbols of Christianity, predating even the crucifix by hundreds of years. Scholars theorize that the symbol was originally designed to represent a three-in-one concept, symbolizing earth, air and water or mind, body, and soul. When Christianity was introduced to Ireland, the Triquetra became known as the Trinity Knot, which symbolized the Holy Trinity: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The inclusion of the Trinity Knot in jewelry is often associated with eternity and eternal love.

Celtic Trinity Knot Ring Sterling Silver with Connemara Marble I

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