Celtic / Norse Triquetra pendant, hand-carving, handmade bone necklace, Historical Art Collection

Pagan Triquetra pendant, bone carving, handmade
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Pagan Triquetra pendant, bone carving, handmade necklace

Unique handmade bone carving.

Size: H. 3,6 cm

Celtic / Vikings / Norse Pagan Amulet - Beautiful handcrafted bone items and curios from Algizrune Workshop
Handmade in Europe

The Triquetra, also known as the Trinity Knot or Celtic Knot, is a symbol that has its roots in ancient Celtic culture. It consists of three interconnected loops or arcs, creating a continuous design with no clear beginning or end. The term "Triquetra" is derived from the Latin word meaning "three-cornered."

The symbol has been found in various Celtic artifacts and manuscripts, particularly in Ireland. It holds significance in Celtic mythology, religious beliefs, and artistic expressions. Here are some aspects of Triquetra symbolism:

  1. Trinity: The most common interpretation of the Triquetra is the concept of the Trinity, representing the threefold nature of existence or divinity. It symbolizes the unity of three distinct entities, often associated with the Christian Holy Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) or the Celtic triple deities (such as the goddess Brigid or the Morrigan).
  2. Continuity and Eternity: The unbroken, interwoven lines of the Triquetra signify the cyclical nature of life, the eternal interconnection of past, present, and future, and the concept of infinity. It represents the timeless nature of spiritual aspects and the everlasting nature of love and friendship.
  3. Balance and Harmony: The three loops of the Triquetra can also be seen as representative of different forces coming together in harmony. It symbolizes the balance between various aspects, such as mind, body, and spirit, or the elements of earth, air, and water. It is a reminder of the importance of finding equilibrium and maintaining harmony in life.
  4. Protection and Unity: The Triquetra is sometimes believed to possess protective qualities. It is seen as a symbol of warding off evil or negative energies and promoting unity and connection. It is often used as a talisman or amulet to bring good fortune, provide protection, or enhance spiritual awareness.
  5. Love and Relationships: The Triquetra's three interconnected loops are also associated with love and relationships. It can represent the bond between individuals, such as family members or lovers, emphasizing their interdependence and the strength that arises from their union. The symbol is often used in jewelry, particularly in engagement or wedding rings, to signify eternal love.


* Recommendations for wear and storage: Avoid protracted heat of bone amulets (saunas, baths, direct sunlight), as well as contact with water and household chemicals.

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