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Asked in Fine Art
What defines a Celtic Knot?
Here are a couple of sites, #1 explains the meaning and what defines the knot from others, #2 shows you how to make a Celtic Knot in a fun way. To the Celts, knotwork symbolized life as an endless journey. They believed in reincarnation - continuous rebirth until absolute spiritual fulfillment is reached. The knots on this Celtic Knot Ring are a symbol of their maze through eternity, and their understanding of various spiritual levels in search for purification of the soul. # http://www.realmcollections.com/p4002/celtic-knot-ring.html # http://isotropic.org/celticknot/explanation/
Asked in Celtic History
What does a Celtic motherhood knot look like?
The Celtic Motherhood Knot or better known as The Celtic Mother's Knot is unassuming stylized holy trinity knot depicting a parent and child embrace. It is representative of the Madonna and child. Combined with a Celtic trinity knot it is a true testament to the enduring bond between a mother, her child, faith and their Celtic heritage. The Celtic motherhood symbol looks like 2 hearts made out of knot work. One heart is lower than the first heart and both hearts are intertwined in a continuous knot. To add children to the Celtic motherhood symbol, you add dots. 1 dot per child. These dots can be placed anywhere inside or outside the motherhood symbol.
What is a Celtic symbol for sisters?
The best known symbol of Celtic sisterhood is the Celtic Sisters Knot. The Celtic Sisters Knot is a Celtic heart. It is a symbol of sisterhood and the strong, eternal bond we share with our sisters and friends. The intricate Celtic knot heart is an unbroken line symbolic of an everlasting love. The stylized triquetra or triple spiral, woven within the Celtic knot heart symbolizes the three stages of woman. The three stages of woman are maid, mother and wise woman. Where are you and your sisters on the spiral of life? Celebrate the powerful, life long bond of friendship between women The Celtic Sisters Knot necklace.
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Is there a Celtic symbol for daughters or something that symbolizes a fathers love for his daughters?
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What is Irish jewelry?
Irish Jewelry has long been steeped in cultural tradition and Celtic symbolism. It dates back to the ancient Celts. Brilliant metalwork examples have been discovered dating back to 2000 B.C and the 500 A.D. The rich tradition and symbolism of jewelry has made Irish Rings, Irish Pendants and Necklaces, Celtic knot jewelry, Celtic Cross, and Celtic wedding bands highly desired jewelry around the world. Irish jewelers have been using Irish symbols like the Claddagh, Celtic Cross, Harp and shamrock and Celtic knots like the Trinity Knot, or Celtic Sisters Knot and Celtic Mothers Knot motifs in the Irish jewelry. These Irish symbols and Celtic designs are synonymous with the Irish jewelry.
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What is the meaning of a Celtic Rose Knot?
Celtic knot work was designed to protect people. It was thought the convoluted designs tended to trap malevolent spirits and keep them "lost" so they can't do anyone any harm. The various symbols used in, on an with them are usually of significance. The rose, is an old Jacobean symbol. Bonny Prince Charlie's followers used it.
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What is the meaning of the Celtic crescent moon?
Celtic Trinity Knot Crescent Moon Pendant A beautiful reminder of the interconnected nature of all things, the Celtic trinity knot pendant is elegantly simple in design. The fluid, graceful traditional artistry of the Celts forms a classic three looped figure, which supports a crescent moon, symbol of the ever changing, yet recurring cycle of life. The loops and spaces within the trinity knot and crescent moon are openwork, allowing the color of clothing or skin beneath to show through. Lovely and meaningful, this pendant is certain to become a special treasure.