Celtic Rings At Dragon Soul Jewelry:
We will now be uploading many new exciting designs. We will offer sterling silver Knights Templar, Medieval Renaissance and Celtic Rings. Our attention to what a historical replica Celtic Rings should be will reflect in every design we carry. Our Medieval Ring line will be perfect for those who reenact, SCA, LARP, and Renaissance fair participants. Anyone wanting a high quality piece of history that they can wear should look no further! We will also have a modern day twist to some of the historical styled Celtic Ring pieces. Everyone loves a good Celtic Ring with knot work all around. Many also are starting to look into the Knights Templar symbolism and it is also becoming very popular in jewelry form. Yes we will carry some of the most popular designs around but the difference Dragon Soul Jewelry will offer will be quality based. We want to make jewelry that can stand up to some normal day to day wear and abuse. Nothing worse then a thin poorly crafted ring bending because you squeezed something. Have a look at our extensive Rings collection today! Enjoy…
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Information About Celtic Knotwork:
The Celtic Trinity Knot, or Triquetra, is one probably the most well known knot. The term Triquetra comes from Latin, and it means “three-cornered” or triangular. There are many examples on Celtic trinity knot meaning. Early Christian understanding views the symbols as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. A more pagan idea sees the trinity knot as the drawing of the three inherent feminine powers: Mother, Crone, and Maiden. One more idea can be more metaphysical where the three corners represent mind, body and spirit.
Celtic Knots With Four Corners: When you see a Celtic knot that has a primary motif of four it is commonly referred to as the “infinity knot.” Celtic knots that have a closed path, (no end or beginning), are said to be a symbol of eternity, or represent the infinite. Those with open paths are said to signify a journey. The journey could be physical, or spiritual. More of this information can be found on our other Celtic Jewelry pages.