the Irish people for centuries, this cherished mossy green marble reflects
the rocky crags and green fields of Ireland. To possess it is to hold a piece
of Ireland itself. 6mm Connemara Marble gemstones with the subtle sparkle of
antiqued rhinestones and CelticTrinity knots. Finished with sterling silver ear
Power of the gemstone - Connemara Marble
Ancients believed Connemara Marble, from the west coast of Ireland, brings the
wearer a spiritual connection with their Celtic ancestors, serenity in ones
life and deep peacefulness.
the Celtic Symbol - Celtic Tri or Trinity Knot
The Celtic Tri Knot,
Trinity Knot, or the Triquetra, is one of the most beloved of the knots in
Celtic mythology. The term Triquetra comes from Latin, meaning
"three-cornered." There is much discussion as to the meaning of the
Celtic Tri-knot; early pagans took the knot to represent earth, wind and fire.
Or as a symbol for the family: man, woman, child; or the feminine powers.
Early Christians adopted the Triquetra
as a sign of the three-in-one God representing the Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
hence the name, “Trinity Knot.”