In Ireland, it has sometimes been used in a Christian context to represent the holy trinity, similarly to the shamrock. Because of this, it is often referred to as the ‘trinity knot’.
In its original form of vesicae pisces, the design incorporates the fish, a popular Christian symbol. Occasionally, you may see the Trinity knot enclosed within a circle as a means of emphasising unity or eternity.
Made in combination of pink and white gold, or in blackened silver.
Features of the model:
The average weight of a ring size 20 in Gold 585: 8.25 g.
The average weight of a ring size 20 in Silver 925: 6.5 g.