• $ 35.29 made-to-order

    This Cross is made from a single strand.  It is a unique piece full of symbolsim rooted in faith.  The double-helix on the limbs of the cross symbolize Christ's humanity, and the fact that there is no beginning and no end symbolizes Christ's divinity in the timeless nature of God, and all knotted together at the centre uniting the two natures of Christ...

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  • $ 43.15 made-to-order

    The Trinity Ring looks like a three-stranded braid at first glance, but upon closer inspection, you discover that it is indeed a single strand with no beginning and no end braided onto itself.  This represents the three Divine Persons of the Holy Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as One God.

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  • $ 48.18 made-to-order

    This heart is a knot woven from a single continuous strand, having no beginning and no end. It symbolizes the eternal Love of God; the Love poured forth from the Sacred Heart of Christ Jesus. It also represents the winding path that leads to His everlasting love. Even if we turn completely away, He leads us back to Him; His Love is unconditional. Chain...

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  • $ 59.50 made-to-order

    The life on this Earth needs water to live, and all of our clean drinking water rains down from the sky. In the great water cycle, it evaporates to form clouds, and eventually rains back down bringing life to the land below. In appreciation of this gift of life, the Celtic Rain Drop knot has been designed as a single, never-ending loop to represent the...

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  • $ 194.77 made-to-order

    The Celtic Sandstone Cross Knot stands 30cm (12 in) high, and is made from sandstone. Like the Celtic Cross Knot, it retains elements symbolizing Christ's dual-nature. At the centre of the cross, four Triquetras have been added, symbolizing the four Gospels, the four torn pieces of Christ's clothing, and the Four Cardinal Virtues.

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Celtic Knots

There are a wide variety of knots and stylized knots which have been used as decoration by the acient Celts.  These knots have come to be known as Celtic Knots.  In their earliest forms, the knots and stylized knots were used primarily for decorating church monuments and manuscripts, such as the Book of Kells, the Eighth Century St Teilo Gospels, and the Lindisfarne Gospels.

Initially, patterns consisted of ornate cords or plaits.  Broken and reconnected plaits first arrived in Northern Italy and Southern Gaul.  Though this style spread throughout most of Europe, it is presently more or less restricted to Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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