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FREE: Sterling Silver Celtic Irish Knotwork Pendant *SS Chain w/ GIN*

Sterling Silver Celtic Irish Knotwork Pendant *SS Chain w/ GIN*
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The listing, Sterling Silver Celtic Irish Knotwork Pendant *SS Chain w/ GIN* has ended.

This Auction is for a Stamped Sterling Silver Celtic Irish Knotwork Pendant. This beauty is a Simple yet elegant design. It measures 1 3/4" Long, (including bail) 1/2" at it's widest, & 1/16th" deep. Make sure to flip through all the pics to see size reference and Stamp. This will arrive BRAND NEW and in a Cardboard Gift Box ready for gifting to yourself or someone you love this Holiday season!

*Use the GIN and you will receive the 22" Stamped Sterling Silver "wave" style Chain as seen pictured here* (see pics for stamp)

CELTIC INFINITY KNOT:A large range of knots and some stylized type or knots that are used as decoration by the ancient Celts are known as Celtic knots. They are used mainly in decorating church monuments and manuscripts, such as the the Book of Kells, 8th century St. Teilo Gospels and the Lindisfarne Gospels. From then on, it spread to different parts of the world.
In or around 450 AD, before the Celts could be influenced by Christianity, Celtic culture took the form of knots, spirals, plait, braid, step and key patterns to depict richly symbolic seven creations. These creations were: man, mammal, plant, insect, bird, fish and reptile. Just as each of these symbolizes something important, so do the kinds of Celtic knots.

The Stylized Solomon's Knot, is a very ancient Celtic Knot symbol that is believed to represent the union of man (& woman) and the Divine. In fact, it is one of the oldest symbols and is seen even in the stone-age carvings. It is also one of the few symbols that can be found in nearly all the major civilizations. Its frequent appearance in ancient synagogues led to it being linked with King Solomon. The absence of any beginning or end in the knot makes it a symbol of eternity and immortality, while the design of two entwined figures makes the knot a symbol of love.

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LOVELY NECKLACE! I enjoyed reading the informative description. Watching and bidding on this lovely necklace! ☺
Dec 14th, 2017 at 3:09:43 AM PST by
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