Solvar Jewelry Claddagh Trinity Drop Earrings Fish Hook $0.00
The story of the Claddagh goes back to the 1600s when the first ring was made in Claddagh on the edge of Galway City. By tradition it is taken to signify the wish that love and friendship should reign supreme. Two hands cradling a crowned heart: The Heart for Love, the Hands for Friendship, the Crown for Loyalty.
Celtic knot-work embodies a richness and pureness of ancient Celtic times. It dates back as far as the 5th century and was used extensively by the ancient monks to illuminate the world famous Book of Kells manuscripts. The interlaced unbroken lines symbolize ones spiritual growth, eternal life and never ending love having no beginning and no end. Each twist and turn has its individual magical and mystic qualities. This particular knot is also known as the Trinity Knot as the monks used it to describe the Holy Trinity.