What does your Celtic design jewelry mean?
Celtic Designs jewelry pieces signify eternity, love, and friendship!
Celtic Design is found in variety of authentic and unique jewelry pieces, rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings. It comes in different metals, such as gold, rose gold, silver. It can be accessorized with precious stones of any kind. Celtic Design is one of the most popular designs found in alternative Wedding bands, as tungsten, cobalt, titanium, and ceramic rings. It's design has a great use for Wedding bands, and Engagement Rings. The reason it is so popular and trendy in fashion industry nowadays is not only because of its magical mystery derived from the ancient Irish history, its deep significance of every symbol, but also because of its pure simplicity, and yet elegance. Celtic Design comes from the ancient Celts who lived in the Ireland and Britain centuries ago.
The Irish history is known to be one of the most rich. Celtic symbols have deep religious significance, coming from the Catholicicism, and Christianity. These incredible symbols have a meaningful power of eternity, love, wisdom, loyalty, luck, longevity, calm and stable life, such as the harp, as a traditional symbol of Ireland signifies the immortality of the soul; or the symbol of shamrock is widely popular in Ireland, and known as a symbol of luck.
Celtic Cross is another Celtic symbol, which signifies endless energy, and source of life. There was a popular legend that the Christian Cross was introduced by Saint Patrick. The distinctive Celtic Cross is mounted on a circle, a symbol of the sun and the circle of life. There is the interpretation thar the Cross on top of the circle represents Christ’s supremacy over the pagan sun. Today, the Celtic Cross is the main
symbol of Christianity in Ireland.
Celtic tree of life is another common Celtic motif associated with the romance, feelings, connection, wisdom, and dreams. It illustrates the interconnectedness of all
forms of creation. It is also an important symbol of Christianity. The Tree of Life is a Christian symbol representing eternal life through Christ. In the biblical story of creation, God planted the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden, from which humans were banned after the Fall. The Book of Revelation recounts how the sacrifice of Christ, made on the wood of a tree, restored access to the Tree of Life.
Celtic Dragon design brings energy in life to its holder. Knots and spirals are never ending lines, which signifies ancient Celts belief in eternal life, and its harmony with the nature, and divine. Trinity knot design is very popular design appears in Celtic rings. It is the unity of mind, soul, and heart. Sometimes, the Trinity Knot is also circumscribed by a circle symbolizing eternity. This symbol often was used as an architectural adornment in ancient monasteries.
Tuim knot design represents the four elements of air, earth, fire, and water. The Trinity Knot is one of the many varieties of Celtic knotwork – stylized and woven lines and knots used extensively for artistic decoration. These lines and knots symbolized the interconnectedness of all life and is often found with depictions of animals, plants, or humans. Taken from its pagan earth-centric meaning, they served a new purpose in the illustration of the eternal, Christian God as the author of all creations.
Celtic design is the most spiritual and mysterious artwork in Celtic history. It is the magnificent Celtic Art of Pagan and early Christian times used for decoration, such as the Book of Kells. Celtic knots are associated with the Ireland’s cultural history in Victorian times.
The mystery of knots come from the endless nature of our spirit and signifies an uninterrupted life cycle. As the knots are endless, we cannot see its beginning and ending. The infinite cycles in Celtic design signify the continuum of life in both ethereal and physical realms, permanence of love and faith.
Choose your personal Celtic knots signifying eternity, love, friendship, heart knots, or Celtic Crosses in our precious collection of Celtic Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings on Rings Paradise for your lifetime event.
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