Triquetra means “triangle” or “three” “cornered”. It is made up of three intersecting vesica Pisces. The Vesica Pisces is the shape created by the intersection of two congruent circles. A triquetra symbol is sometimes interlaced with a circle. An ancient Celtic symbol, the triquetra is considered one of the oldest; dating back to as early as 500 BC when it was used to symbolize the triple goddess (maiden-mother-crone). Over the centuries it has become the symbol for the Holy Trinity among Christians in Ireland. The symbol is often used to represent the 3 fundamental elements – air, water, and earth or the infinite cycle of life. It is also known as a rune of protection.
Made in combination of pink and white gold, or in blackened silver.
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The average weight of a ring size 20 in Gold 585: 5.7 g.
The average weight of a ring size 20 in Silver 925: 4.5 g.