Gold/Silver Boru Celtic Lion Ring
Throughout their history the Celts depicted the animals in their lives and included them in their artwork and creative endeavors. Celtic animals were drawn as symbols, with fantastic bold shapes, sweeping curves and rich decoration that hold a fascination for those who view them. The Celtic lion is a protector and symbol of virtue, nobility and strength.
This Irish designed Celtic ring has a stylised lion featured at the top of the ring, the sides are decorated with the much-loved Trinity Knot.
This ring is available in sterling silver and in both 10K or 14K yellow or white gold.
Weight: 7.5gms approx.
Width: 4.7mm at the bottom of the band / 10.8mm at the top approx.
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History of the Celtic Trinity
The leaf-life trinity knot, or triquetra (from the Latin 'three-cornered), was used by early Christians to represent the Holy Trinity, though the symbol has its roots in earlier pre-Christian religions, possibly existing thousands of years beforehand. Being such as versatile symbol, the triquetra has countless interpretations - the number three was an important number in Celtic symbolism, so possible meanings also include the unity of the earth/sea/sky, the three stages of life, or various triple-deities.
It came to prominence during the period of 'insular art' in the early middle ages, which combined early Christian and Celtic art. Some of its most famous incarnations are found within the artwork of the Book of Kells. It was popularized again during the Celtic revival of the 19th Century.