Sterling silver round shape cufflinks with hinged fittings. The Celtic four trinity knot pattern is taken from the West Cross in Clonca, Inishowen, Co.Donegal, Ireland. These cufflinks are packaged in our exclusive High Crosses of Inishowen gifts box with our informative leaflet describing the history of all the Crosses in the collection.
About the Trinity Knot
The trinity knot or triquetra has been used to represent many different themes. To the ancient Celts, the three points represented the natural elements of earth, air, and water. On a spiritual level, it has also been thought to symbolize life, death, and rebirth. It is also used romantically to express a shared past, present and future and symbolises enduring love and commitment.
Christians believe the trinity knot represents God the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit. The four trinity knots woven to form a cross pattern represent the crucifixion and the death of Jesus for “the forgiveness of our sins”.