The history attached to this Trinity Knot ring dates back to the 8th century. The legendary book of Kells, believed to be from the early 9th century, bears the Trinity knot symbol amongst its decorative artwork. From the book we can see that the Trinity knot symbol has had religious meaning and sybolism for many tribes and clans over the course of history. The Book of Kells is on view today in Trinity College, Dublin.
All over Ireland you can see the trinity design on our architecture and historic high crosses and stones.
Connemara marble, one of the world’s oldest minerals and rarest marble in the world, was mined from our quarry in Lissoughter, Recess Co. Galway. No two pieces are identical, making each piece totally unique to you.
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Our Sterling Silver is hallmarked in the Assay office located in Dublin Castle.
The ring has a weight of 4 grams.