The Knot of Love
The Celtic knot proves a fitting symbol for marriage as its three corners suggest the forces of Love Protection and Honor that sustain a relationship. The idea that each element of the triad contains its own power but when combined with the other elements serves to infuse the emblem as a whole with even grander meaning developed centuries ago originally the Celtic knot represented the bond of the Father Son and Holy Spirit of the Christian Trinity. In contemporary times many people prefer to ascribe their own personal definitions to this beautifully mystifying shape. The knots loops imply the eternal quality of life and love having no beginning or end.
A Trinity of Promises
This engagement ring both dainty and rich in the precision of its style would make any bride-to-be blush with delight. The gentleman who selects this piece for his beloved knows that her taste leans toward the contained and symmetrical and that she would love to merge her fondness for Celtic tradition with her excitement about spending forever with her partner. Complex but crisp the look this ring would fit perfectly with any one of ShanOres wedding bands that feature the Love knot pattern. The three stones complement the knots particularly well as they reiterate the gentlemans threefold pledge to love protect and honor his wife.