Celtic pendant shaped triqueta, made in sterling silver (925mm).
Length: 3.6 cm
Width: 2.6 cm
What is triqueta?
The triqueta is a symbol of Indo-European origin that refers to the three dimensions of female divinity, also symbolizes life, death and rebirth (life, death and reincarnation to the Celts). It is found mainly in Celtic trails in Viking runes and Roman vases and pots (believed to have been made by Celtic slaves). Throughout history it has taken on many meanings as the triple dimension of equality, eternity and indivisibility. Also plasma Celtic philosophy that they all have three levels: physical, mental and spiritual.
There is a variant that carries a circle interlaced, interlaced variant is that has been Christianized by Christianity to mean "Father, Son and Holy Spirit" and so dominate and subdue the Celts and Vikings in antiquity, however for Celtic and Vikings never lost its original meaning.
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