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Celtic Trinity Knot Macrame Earrings

Celtic Trinity Knot Macrame Earrings

Light plywood Trinity macrame earrings. The wooden part is made of surplus plywood and the macrame part made of leftover natural-white cotton macrame thread. Length approx. 9 cm and width approx. 8 cm. Metal parts are stainless steel.

You can choose earrings with either shorter or longer tassels. With the shorter tassels (2 cm) overall length is approx. 8 cm and width 8 cm. With the longer tassels (3 cm) overall length is approx. 9 cm and width 8 cm. (In the picture Ava is wearing the earrings with longer tassels).

This product matches with: Celtic Trinity Knot Macrame Necklace.

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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