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3 Knot Connemara Marble Bracelet
3 knots bracelet with adjustable lobster claw clasp.

3 Knot Connemara Marble Bracelet

Your Price: $46.95
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Part Number:CONN-04/09
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Three Celtic knots: Trinity, Square, and Rectangle combined with 6mm and 8mm Connemara Marble beads from the west coast of Ireland, and is finished with a Trinity knot drop. Choose your choice of clasp: Celtic toggle or lobster claw with adjustable chain. 

Story card includes: About Connemara Marble - Of ancient Ireland, Connemara Marble dates back over 600 million years to the pre-Cambrian era. Found only in the Connemara mountains in the west of Ireland, this marble has been cherished by the Irish people for centuries. “Connemara” is derived from the ancient tribal name Conmacne, an early tribal grouping. Since this particular branch of the Conmacne lived by the sea, they became known as the Conmacne Mara. (Sea in Irish is muir, genitive mara, hence “of the sea”.) This famous mossy green marble was a trade treasure used by the inhabitants of prehistoric Ireland, and continues to be of great value today. Held close the Ancients believed Connemara Marble brings the wearer serenity and deep peacefulness. 

Meaning of the Symbols - Whether round, square, oval, or triangle, Celtic knotwork symbolizes the Celts belief in “no beginning, no ending....the continuity of life and relationships, the intertwinning of this world and the spiritual world and the binding together of both.” The triangle shaped knot, known as the Triknot or Trinity knot was created by the ancients Celts as a symbol representing the intertwining elements of earth, wind and fire; and the family unit of father, mother, and child. The early Christians adopted the Triknot as a symbol of the Christian Trinity of the three-in-one God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, hence the name “Trinity” knot.
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I bought this for my son Kevin for Christmas. He really likes it. Kevin likes Celtic knots and so do I. Thanks-Cynthia
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