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Trinity Knot Earrings

Trinity Knot Earrings

Trinity knot earrings in gold as well as silver will brighten up each and every day. This timeless Celtic symbol of Past, Present & Future has endured thousands of years and will bring you joy and compliments each time you wear them.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which material is used to make trinity knot earrings?

    Trinity knot earrings are available in 14k gold and sterling silver. They are all of top-notch quality and are certified by the Assay Office of Ireland. A timeless symbol with many meanings – they can be worn by anyone. Their contemporary design and cultural significance are added advantages to the buyer. The delicate design and expert craftsmanship are sure to bring you loads of compliments.

  • How many types of trinity knot earrings are available?

    The Trinity Knot earrings are crafted in stunning 14K gold and flawless sterling silver. The knot symbol is combined with the Celtic DNA design to form a contemporary, stylish design. Four types of Trinity Knot earrings are available on our website. Besides this, you can also buy the Trinity Knot necklace to complement your earrings. Expertly crafted and meaningful, with a touch of the past, Trinity Knot products are a sure way to garner appreciation and complements.

  • Where do you deliver to?

    Throughout the world – Canada and the United States, Australia and Europe, including Ireland are our main shipping markets. We have also extended our delivery to the rest of the world for an $80 charge. Free shipping via USPS and AN Post takes about 14 days. Paid shipping via FedEx ($20 in USA and Canada) takes 2-4 days. You are notified about shipping costs for different locations when you add products to your cart. All our shipping practices ensure the safety of your product – which you will receive in pristine and unharmed condition.

  • How Long does the delivery of my trinity knot earrings jewelry take?

    Your Trinity Knot earrings will reach you within 20 days of placing your order. If you need them urgently, you can order them through one of the faster options. Check the exact timing in your cart as you order. We usually dispatch your orders within 2 working days after your confirmation. Shipping is done five days a week. Delivery time depends on location and the service used. Free delivery via USPS takes 12-14 days while paid delivery via FedEx takes 3-4 days. In Australia and New Zealand, delivery can take up to 21 days.

  • Where are your products made?

    We are registered with the Assay Office of Ireland and have been given the Hallmark of Ireland and the Mark of Fineness. We make, manufacture and get our products hallmarked in Ireland. Dublin is our centre of production. Your Trinity Knot earrings have been made by expertly trained artists in the country. All our jewelry meets the highest standards of quality – metal and design. It reaches you only after meticulous inspection and examination.

  • Celtic knot silver earrings work has a deeply primal appeal that’s hard to explain. The patterns repeating to infinity are comforting as well as symbolic. Perhaps at a subconscious level, we recognize their similarity to the intricate spirals of our own DNA. And the art form itself has a fascinating history.

    Those go-to celtic trinity knot earrings are not a new design. The artistic tradition that inspired them began centuries ago, around 900 AD. It is known as insular art, and insular comes from the Latin word for island – ‘insulam’. Insular art thrived all over what is now Ireland and Great Britain for centuries.

    Swirling lines, repeating patterns and knots without end are hallmarks of insular art. The Book of Kells is the most famous example, but our ancestors decorated standing stones, jewelry and other famous manuscripts with distinctive insular art patterns that have intrigued and delighted people for centuries. The La Tene stone in County Roscommon and the Ruthwell Cross in Ruthwell, Scotland show the form’s evolution from pagan to Christian art. The Lindisfarne Gospels and the Book of Durrow are the Book of Kell’s lesser-known cousins, examples of the devotion monks put into their work.

    Today, insular art is mostly found in Celtic jewelry such as irish knot earrings. Wearing these ancient designs nurtures a sense of connection to the ancient Celts of Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It harkens back to those devoted monks living beautifully simple lives surrounded by the lush countryside expressing their faith through art.

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