Celtic pendant, made in first-grade silver, with the shape of the triqueta, draped and with a nice finish in polished silver and old silver.
Length: 2.6 cm
Width: 1.8 cm
What is the triqueta?
The triquera is a symbol of Indo-European origin that alludes to the triple dimension of the feminine divinity. It also symbolizes life, death and rebirth (life, death and reincarnation for the Celts). It has been found mainly in Celtic stelae, Viking runes and pots and Roman vessels (believed to have been made by Celtic slaves). Throughout history has assumed many meanings as the triple dimension of equality, eternity and indivisibility. It also reflects the Celtic philosophy according to which the All has three levels: physical, mental and spiritual.
There is a variant that has an interlaced circle, the interlaced variant is because it has been Christianized by Christianity to mean "father, son and holy spirit" and thus dominate and subdue the Celts and Vikings in antiquity, however for Celts And Vikings never lost its original meaning.
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