Delicate hoops of interlocking silver surround a traditional Celtic Trinity Knot, a design that goes back millennia to the iron age and beyond. Though its original meaning may be lost to time, it figures prominently in Celtic art—most famously as a recurring motif in the Book of Kells—the Trinity Knot represents many things to many people. Here, as the heart of the interweaving silver curves, it can represent the solidarity from which springs life, or even the Heart of Ireland expanding into the world.
As mysterious as it is beautiful, the Celtic Cradle of Life is a symbol of love—that of a lover, or a child, or a family, of a country. The Sterling silver surrounding the Celtic Trinity Knot may be seen as an abstract version of the Celtic Knot, with the same interlocking loops that have no true start or finish, representing eternity. Just as with the Celtic Knot, the silver consists of a single piece of silver delicately and carefully surrounding the heart of yellow gold. It is a symbol of forever, of undying love, of a life that will go on into the eternities.
Sterling Silver and 10K Yellow Gold
.50 X 1.50 Inch