Celtic Triangle Triquetra Knot Earrings
Moonstone Chakras: Sacral, Third Eye, Crown
The triquetra is a three part ancient symbol comprised of three interlocked vesica pieces, often used to represent people or concepts in groups of three. Also known as the trinity knot and Celtic triangle, it has been found in Celtic art, paganism and also has been used in Christianity.
The triquetra symbol has been found on stones in northern Europe that date back to before 1,000 AD. The triquetra is also found in the Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript that was likely created on the Island of Iona (off the Scottish coast) around AD 800.
For Christians, the Triquetra represents the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--three persons as one God. Its three equal arcs represent equality, its continuous line expresses eternity, and the interweaving represents indivisibility and unity.
Antiqued Sterling Silver 13mmx13mmx13mm Celtic charms,
4mm Moonstone semi-precious gemstones,
Sterling Silver Accent Beads,
Sterling Silver Filled Ear Wires,
For health/hygiene reasons, I cannot accept returns for earrings.
Free First Class U.S. Shipping
Your item will be shipped within 3 business days of your purchase. If for any reason, I cannot ship within 3 days, I will contact you immediately to let you know the approximate ship date. Shipping costs are added to your purchase at checkout. I ship using USPS First Class. For US deliveries, shipping generally takes 2-5 days.
NOTICE ABOUT SHIPPING ADDRESS:
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International Shipping - $18.00
While packages can arrive as quickly as 7 days, they often take 2 to 3 weeks and can take as long as 6 weeks to arrive. Packages generally leave the US within 2 days of mailing. Delays usually occur as a package is traveling through customs in the destination country.
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If you have not received your package after a reasonable time (up to 6 we eks for international packages is not unusual), please let me know within 3 months of the package having been shipped. After 3 months I will assume that you have received your package and your transaction will be considered closed.