Celtic Trinity, Triquetra
3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″
The vinyl is cut with a die-cut machine. Transfer Paper is then applied.
Application instructions are included.
These decals work well on smooth finished surfaces such as Walls (Home / Work), Glass (Automobile / Home), Metal (Bike / Automobile / Tank), Laptop / Notebook or any other creative applications you can contrive! They will resist the elements of being Out-of-Doors for up to 6 years with minimal care. Comes with transfer paper and applying instructions.
This make’s for a great gift at many of the big events around the world, as a personal gift, or an item for an Auction!
About the Symbol:
The triquetra has been found on runestones in Northern Europe and on early Germanic coins. It presumably had pagan religious meaning and it bears a resemblance to the Valknut, a symbol associated with Odin.
The triquetra is often found in Insular art, most notably metal work and in illuminated manuscripts like the Book of Kells. It is also found in similar artwork on Celtic crosses and slabs from the early Christian period. The fact that the triquetra rarely stood alone in medieval Celtic art has cast reasonable doubt on its use as a primary symbol of belief. In manuscripts it was used primarily as a space filler or ornament in much more complex compositions, and in knotwork panels it is a design motif integrated with other design elements. Celtic art lives on as both a living folk art tradition and through several revivals. This widely recognized knot has been used as a singular symbol for the past two centuries by Celtic Christians, Pagans and agnostics as a sign of special things and persons that are threefold.
A very common representation of the symbol is with a circle that goes through the three interconnected loops of the Triquetra. The circle emphasizes the unity of the whole combination of the three elements.”