This unique reversible Cross features Connemara marble and the detailing of four Trinity knots.
The Celtic Cross is revered by all Celtic people. It is an ancient symbol and its Christian beginnings began with the adoption of the more angular Roman cross. The Celts brought their own interpretation and included the circle of life. Celtic Crosses may be seen throughout churchyards in Ireland, Scotland and Wales even today. In true Celtic tradition, these crosses were decorated with the never ending knots to represent life’s never ending circle.
This Cross featuring Connemara marble is particularly popular with those of Irish descent.
The Trinity Knot symbol predates Christianity and was the Celtic symbol of the Goddess Odin. This symbol decorates precious manuscripts such as the Book of Kells and it is found on Celtic crosses and gravestones all around Celtic Lands.
The Trinity Knot today has come to represent The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. The Trinity Knot is a true Celtic Knot as it displays no beginning or end portraying life’s never ending circle.
This Cross is versatile as it is reversible featuring the same four Trinity knots plus additional Trinity knots on the extremities of the Cross.
The pendant bears a stamp from the Assay Office at Dublin Castle to authenticate that it has been lovingly handcrafted in Ireland. It is available on an 18" silver chain.