Some thing small something new…Triquetra Ring

Some thing small something new…Triquetra Ring

Mar 2, 2023 | Interlace & Love Knots, White Gold

You don’t have to be big to be strong. This white gold ring is just over 4mm wide and is the smallest we can fit a Celtic pattern onto. It features the first Celtic interlace called a Triquetra which represents the unbreakable number 3. The earliest instance which I have seen it is on a Pictish Standing stone in the Meigle Museum Scotland. Specifically on the reverse of the Celtic Cross stone 1 (3rd highest) at the entrance. Just look beside the z-rod and serpent on the stone. Many later Celtic interlace patterns are derived from more complex versions of this pattern. It’s also available in wider widths. The inside stamp and hallmark is just visible, we give a unique serial number to every piece we make.

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