Triquetra Necklace | Atlantic Pewter

The Triquetra is a traditional celtic knot, also know as the Trinity Knot, was designed and crafted in solid pewter by Atlantic Pewter.

-Chain is non-tarnishing 18" stainless steel

 

Available in two sizes: 

-Small | 0.75" Pendant

-Large | 1.25" Pendant

 

Available in two finishes:

-Plain pewter

-Black accent (as pictured)

 

Made in Harvey Station, New Brunswick

Triquetra Necklace | Atlantic Pewter

C$16.00Price
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  • Atlantic Pewter is a 100% Canadian owned company located in Harvey Station, New Brunswick handcrafting unique and popular pewter and glass designs since 1995. Dora & Hugh Boudreau, and daughter Cynthia Ryder, are the pewtersmiths behind this wonderful company.  

  • It might be said that the early Celtic peoples held that everything -  animal, vegetable, mineral - is, in spirit, a strand off the universal thread of life. A thread from the fabric of the universe where the weaver and the woven are one. This is represented in the knotwork and 'knotty-bits' of Celtic design. The knotwork also symbolizes our spiritual life journey - a path of many twists and turns that leads eventually to God in the Judeo-Christian tradition, or universal oneness. 
    The three cornered Celtic knot is called a triquetra or tri-knot. In Celtic Christianity it came to symbolize the Holy Trinity - the totality of God. Its use, however predates Christianity when it still had significance in its describing of the universe.