Open design Shamrock stud earring with trinity symbol
1.1cm x 1.1cm
Complimentary Box Supplied
Due to hygiene reasons earrings cannot be exchanged or returned after purchase.
Once upon a time a young Irish sailor was captured and sold into slavery. Far from his native land, he held the memory of his sweetheart deep in his heart..Years later on his return to Galway his gift to her was a Claddagh ring. Forged with the skills he’d learned during his imprisonment it was a token off his enduring love. “With these hands I give you my heart and I crown it with my love”.
On your right hand with its heart facing outwards, it shows that your own heart is not yet taken. Turn the heart inwards and you let admirers know that love is a possibility. But if you wear it on your left hand, with its heart turned inwards toward your own, it tells the world: two hearts have joined together forever.
Trinity Knot Meanings.
The Trinity knot is also called the Triquetra and is one of the best known symbols in Celtic culture. The Celtic Christian church used it to represent the Holy Trinity, but other cultures used the symbol too and each attached its own meaning to it