Tying the Love Knot
It is common in modern-day Ireland for a man to give his beloved a piece of jewelry adorned with the Trinity knot which communicates his wish to love honor and protect her. Many associate the knot with feminine origins. Some believe for example that the three corners of the shape signify the three lunar phases of the moon a heavenly body ruled by a goddess. Others think of the three Fates of Greek mythology who had the power to spin the thread of life for all mortal beings and determine their destinies.
The Course of Partnership
A marriage is a journeyan expedition that both winds and wanes all at once changing and keeping steady. The engravings on this band reflect the brides belief in the natural movement of her relationship with her husband. The line that divides white and yellow gold is the road of their love that progresses forward despite the varying tones of their experiences together. The Trinity knots dance around the band in homage to the principles that bind themlove honor and protection. The diamond stands for the preciousness of their devotion. A good marriage is a treasure to revere and to proclaim.