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Celtic Trinity Knot Macrame Necklace

A light plywood Trinity macrame necklace with wooden beads. The wooden part is made of surplus plywood and the macrame part of leftover natural-white cotton macrame thread. Cord is waxed cotton with sliding knots for length adjustment. Length of pendant approx. 11 cm and width approx. 8 cm. Metal link made of stainless steel.

This product matches with: Celtic Trinity Knot Macrame earrings.

The Triquetra (The Trinity Knot) from the Latin adjective triquetrus "three-cornered") is a triangular figure composed of three interlaced arcs, or (equivalently) three overlapping vesicae piscis lens shapes (Source: Wikipedia)

For Christians, Trinity symbolizes the holy trinity, i.e. the father, the son and the holy spirit.

In ancient Celtic culture and religion, three is a sacred number as it’s believed that significant phenomena occur in threes. As such, the trinity knot represented any important thing that came in threes, some of which include: the three-layered nature of the human soul, the three domains (earth, sea and sky) and the three elements (fire, earth and water). (Source:

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