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12" Celtic Triangle Bevel Cluster

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12" Celtic Triangle Bevel Cluster
Item no: 5400
Retail price: $37.07
3 or more $33.36 (10% discount)
6 or more $29.66 (20% discount)
In stock:  5 

The Celtic Triangle, also called a trefoil knot, trinity knot, or triquetra (from the Latin: tri- "three" and quetrus "cornered"), is a design for which we've had many requests. This is just one of the many variations you might find of a Celtic Triangle. It can represent many things, including the Christian Trinity (Father, Son, Holy Ghost); life itself (birth, death, rebirth); seasons (autumn, winter, spring); nature (land, sea, air); and stages of life (maiden, mother, crone). The Celtic Triangle is part of a larger family of Celtic knots, a decorative form that began thousands of years ago, and flourished in the British Isles in the 5th century and beyond. Celtic knots were used to illuminate early Christian manuscripts such as the Book of Kells. The continuous lines of a Celtic knot can represent infinity, or an unending, eternal connection, which is why such designs can also represent God, unity or love.

And so ends today's lesson on the History of Celtic Art. There is no homework, but there will be a quiz.

Exquisite Bevel Cluster No. EC825. 12" x 10-1/2", 13 Pieces.