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Celtic Knot Meanings

Celtic Hearths Bronze

Every Celtic art design in this collection has been painstakingly sculpted to illuminate its true quality and beauty. Each piece has its own profound meaning that has been handed down for generations in the great Celtic tradition. Our unique designs are artistically finished in the highest grade bronze available and each piece can be given a patina to show a rich aged and weathered appearance. Please enjoy this intricate artwork to enhance your home for that memorable special occasion gift.

Celtic Knot Meanings

  • Tree of Life Knot in the shape of a Shamrock
    The tree of life represents harmony and the shamrock represents good luck.
  • Claddagh Knot
    The claddagh represents love (heart), loyalty (crown) and friendship (hands) with the circular knot showing continuity.
  • Lovers Knot
    The loves knot represents the intertwining hearts of those in true love with each other.
  • Eternity Knot
    With no beginning and no ending this knot is symbolic of eternity or continuum. This symbol of continuum reinforces the endurance of tradition and heritage.
  • Trinity Knot
    This knot has pre-Christian and Christian meanings. The druids believed that this traditional triquetra represented three seperate entities that are interconnected like earth, air, and water. The Christians believe that the knot represents the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
  • Newgrange Triple Spiral
    This ancient design is carved into the stones at Newgrange which is a burial mound that dates back to 3200 BC - 500 years older than the pyramids at Giza. Its true meaning is unknown but many scholars believe that the three spirals represent birth, life and afterlife.
  • The Celtic Cross
    This is a symbol of faith for all Celts. It appears as a decorative element on large standing stone crosses and in the Book of Kells.
  • The Celtic Nations Knot
    This symbol is said to represent the seven Celtic nations which are: Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man, Cornwall, Galicia in Spain and Brittany in France.
  • Claddagh with Infinity Knot
    With the infinity knot above the Claddagh this piece of art represents infinitive love, loyalty and friendship.
  • Celtic Clan Knot
    This symbol represents the Celtic family with intertwining hearts showing the love we have for each family member.
  • The Celtic Shield Knot
    This symbol represents protection. The Celts used this symbol to ward off evil and sickness. They put this design on warriors shields and on childrens clothing to protect them.
  • Infinity Knot
    This symbol represents no beginning and no ending - continuity into eternity and beyond.
  • Goddess Triple Spiral
    This symbol represents the three phases of the journey through womanhood-maiden mother and crone. The maiden with youth exuberance and purity. The mother with fertility compassion and stability. And the crone with wisdom fulfillment and tranquaility.
  • The Healers knot
    This symbol represents Dian Cecht-the Celtic god of healing and medicine.
  • Brigidís Cross
    This cross is traditionally made from rushes or straw at the beginning of February to honour Brigid. It is then hung in the home and is said to protect the house from fire.