A key pattern is a symmetrically balanced pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines.
Most often associated with Greek and Mediterranean patterns of simple wave keys which represent the number two, this ring incorporates a triskele pattern of triple repetitions. As seen in the Book of Kells and the Book of Lindisfarne, I have also seen it on numerous Pictish stones and Celtic crosses of Scotland and Ireland too.
It represents two which fit and balance together for eternity.
R114- (5.5mm Wide) – Key Pattern Triskele No Borders
R113- (9mm Wide) – Key Pattern Triskele No Borders
R778- (10mm Wide) – Key Pattern Triskele with Borders
R776- (7mm Wide) – Key Pattern Triskele with Borders