Sterling Silver & 18K Gold Ogham Celtic Trinity Faith Cross
This is a stunning piece handcrafted to order, this Sterling Silver and 18ct Gold pendant is crafted into the symbol of the Celtic Cross, featuring the Irish Trinity Knot, with ""Faith"" written in Ogham Irish script. Throughout Ireland, the Celts crafted these magnificent symbols into stone. Celtic Crosses predate Christianity and were first used by pagans to worship the sun. In pagan times, the circle in the centre of the celtic cross represented the sun, being the centre of their lives. The Irish Trinity Knot represents the Holy Trinity - Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. It was not until the 4th century AD when it was introduced by the Roman Emperor Constantine, that the Celtic cross was used to represent Christ's victory. The ancient Ogham script is an early form of old Irish, the first known Irish writing. The characters comprise a series of lines and notches that are scored across a long stem-line often on standing stones. In the majority of cases the inscription read from the bottom up and usually names the person being commemorated along with their ancestors and the carver of the inscription.
Height: 39.10mm (Bail Inclusive)
Finish: Polished on a 18"" Chain
Inspired by Ireland's last great King, Brian Boru, and with a desire to replicate the values, heritage, skills and craftsmanship that go into making exquisite handmade Celtic jewelry,. We continue to create pieces of jewelry that are handcrafted in Ireland, beautiful in design and of the finest quality. Irish jewelry is the probably the most quality conscious jewelry in the world. Every piece that is sold must bear the Irish Hallmark which is independently verified by Dublin Castle Assay office which is your guarantee of quality and your piece has this
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