Tudor Rose & Triskele Rings

Tudor Rose & Triskele Rings

Sep 1, 2021 | Interlace & Love Knots, Flowers and Fauna

A specific Tudor Rose symbol and a Triquetra with a circle was to be used in this wedding band’s design. The Tudor Rose is the traditional floral heraldic emblem of England and takes its name and origins from the House of Tudor. The Triquetra is the interlace design found in Celtic art of the 7th to 10th centuries and is based on the older triple spiral design of the Triskele. The wedding rings pictured are 7mm wide and finished in 14K Yellow gold. The symbol of 3 in the Triskele and Triquetra is a universally auspicious number as it the Trinity in Christianity, Eternity to the Celts and an unbreakable (indivisible) number.

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