A prominent aspect of Celtic artwork for centuries the mesmerizing design features individual strands that are interlaced together to form a never-ending piece of art with no clear beginning or end. Patterns such as the Celtic knot date back to the third or fourth centuries (A.D) and though often used in religious artifacts the woven design was actually used without religious meaning prior to its integration into crosses and other symbols with religious significance. It is now a popular representation of Celtic identity and can be found used in many ways and styles.
Celebrate Celtic Identity
What better way to celebrate the woman with Celtic roots than to gift her a necklace that is stunningly beautiful and one that she will truly cherish. It pairs perfectly with Shanore’s Silver Green CZ Halo Ring and Earrings.