Knots have always been an enduring symbol of love and companionship. The phrase “tie the knot” comes from an old Celtic wedding tradition called handfasting, which dates back to the medieval era. The couple’s hands were joined in matrimony by tying knots of cloth around their hands, uniting them.
This piece juxtaposes the strength of the knots with the delicate rope band. In the middle is a pristine moonstone cabochon, a traditional stone used in Victorian jewelry. In the tradition of the Celtic Claddagh ring, turn the tip of the heart inward if you’re spoken for or outward if you’re available.
Details & Materials
- 18kt yellow gold vermeil on a solid sterling silver base
- 3MM genuine Moonstone cabochon
- 20MM x 20MM x 1MM
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