Trinity Knot Necklaces

Trinity Knot Necklaces

Trinity knot necklaces are made in sterling silver as well as 14K yellow gold and are inspired by this timeless Irish symbol. Delicately crafted from the finest materials, you’ll enjoy wearing these pieces every day as well as on those special occasions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does a Trinity necklace mean?

    The Trinity necklace incorporates the Irish Trinity Knot, also known as the Triquetra. It is a meaningful symbol with very many meanings. It symbolises the Christian Holy Trinity, the continuity in the past, present and future, and often a symbol of the eternity of love showcased by two enjoined heart shapes. The Trinity necklace can be a religious symbol, but also a spiritual and romantic one.

  • Who can wear trinity knot necklace?

    The Trinity knot necklace is designed by hand and expertly crafted in Ireland. It has different meanings attached to it and people can wear it according to their own interpretation. It can be worn as a religious symbol of the Holy Trinity. It can also be worn by romantic partners as a symbol of ending love. Anyone who wishes to mark his Irish cultural heritage can also wear this necklace.

  • Where do you deliver to?

    We ship our Trinity jewelry all over Canada and the United States, Australia and Europe, including Ireland. We have also extended our Trinity jewlery delivery to the rest of the world for an $80 charge. You can get your Trinity Necklace delivered to you through several means of your choosing free shipping via USPS and AN Post takes about 14 days and paid shipping via FedEx ($20 in USA and Canada) takes 2-4 days. Your Trinity Necklace will reach you unharmed and in pristine condition.

  • How Long does it take to deliver the trinity knot necklace jewelry?

    We usually dispatch your Trinity jewelry orders within 2 working days after your confirmation. After this, delivery may take up to 21 days. Shipping is done five days a week. 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. You can use expedited delivery options available on our website for faster delivery if you need your Trinity necklace urgently.

  • Where are your products made?

    Trinity Necklaces are made, manufactured and hallmarked in Ireland. We are registered with the Assay Office of Ireland and have been given the Hallmark of Ireland and the Mark of Fineness. All our jewelry is manufactured and hallmarked in Ireland. All our jewelry meets the highest standards of quality – metal and design. It reaches you only after meticulous inspection and examination and in pristine condition.

  • Of all the Celtic knots, the Trinity knot is probably the most widely recognized and loved. Also known as a Triquetra, its design is simple but captivating. One unbroken, unending line forms three interlacing loops. The Triquetra appears on artifacts dating back to the fourth century BC throughout Europe and the near East. It became popular throughout Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

    The ancient Celts in Ireland worshipped a triple goddess, so the Trinity knot could represent her. They were also very aware of the stages of life and the interconnectedness of generations, which this knot also symbolizes. Once Christianity was introduced, the Trinity knot was used to represent the Holy Trinity. It appears in the Book of Kells. When you wear celtic trinity knot necklace today, you decide what they mean to you.

    Hexham Abbey, an English church close to the Scottish border that dates back to the year 678 AD, is home to a beautiful example of a Trinity knot. The abbey is famous for its ancient frith stool. This seat was used by bishops, and it was also a spot of refuge for anyone feeling persecution. The

    Hexham Abbey frith stool is carved from a solid block of sandstone and features stunning Celtic knotwork designs, including Trinity knots.

    Wearing a Trinity knot necklace today ties you a rich and fascinating history with the ancient Celtic lands at its heart. And you can decide which of its many interpretations means the most to you.

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