Trinity Knot Silver Ring

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Reference: P3725
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Ireland’s Trinity Knot is one of the most simple yet well known symbols of Irish and Celtic culture. The elegant knot, or triquetra, has many meanings from unity and eternity to earth, sea and sky and stages of life. The endless curves are most often used to symbolize the representation of eternal love and longevity.  This Trinity Knot Silver ring combines history with an elegant contemporary design.

MetalSolid Sterling Silver
Weight1.8 grams

Customer Reviews

By Olivier Pelloux from France - January 4, 2021

Très beau produit. Conforme à la description, avec les conversions adaptés.
Arrivé en très bon état, parfaitement emballé.
Délai de 3semaines bien respecté.
Ravis de mon achat. Je recommande le site.

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By Michel Bazin from France - October 30, 2020

The ring is perfect and beautiful. Thanks for such a great work ????

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By Bozhidara from Bulgaria - June 16, 2020

I love my trinity ring! I just got it today and it fits perfectly! It is really comfortable !

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By Anna Conley from United States - April 1, 2020

I received this ring today and I am so pleased with my purchase. It’s a delicate ring and looks very nice on my hand. I am very happy with it.

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