The Trinity Knot

The Trinity Knot is one of the most popular Celtic symbols in Ireland. It symbolises the interconnectedness of life and has been used in artwork, jewellery, and design for centuries. The meaning behind it? There is no beginning or end to spiritual life.

Also known as the Triquetras (which means Three Cornered), the Trinity Knot is a triangular figure composed of three interlaced arcs. It is a symbol of unity, wholeness and eternal life. The Celts believed this symbol holds great power, with their belief that everything in our world can be summed up in threes: past, present and future or land, sea, sky. In some cases this symbol is drawn weaving around a circle, symbolising the unity between the three parts.

This beautiful design has been used in jewellery throughout history as a symbol of love and spiritual life. A perfect piece of jewellery to express your beliefs and add some meaning to your day-to-day wear. It can be worn as a symbol of Ireland, never-ending love and eternal life.

Moriarty’s Trinity Knot jewellery collection has a wide variety of beautiful and meaningful pieces for both men and women and is crafted by specialist Irish Jewellers. These pieces are ideal gifts for weddings, anniversaries, or any momentous occasion.

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Moriarty’s Trinity Knot jewellery collection has a wide variety of beautiful and meaningful pieces for both men and women and is crafted by specialist Irish Jewellers. These pieces are ideal gifts for weddings, anniversaries, or any momentous occasion.

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Moriarty’s Celtic jewellery collection offers a variety of luxury earrings, pendants and rings, all handcrafted by specialist jewellers in Ireland. The collection includes traditional Claddagh rings for men and women, as well as the unique trinity knot, tree of life and Celtic cross-inspired jewellery pieces.

Several of our bespoke pieces celebrate the strong relationship between Ireland and America.