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A delightful addition to a charm bracelet that relays the past, present, and future story of the wearer, this sterling silver Trinity cross charm conveys attention to both time-tested tradition and modern-day playfulness. Pink enamel and a glistening diamond brighten this conventional symbol, lending it a spunky but ladylike appeal. A Trinity knot is nestled at the base of the cross to reinforce the idea of the importance of ?three,? not only in Irish culture, but in human culture as well.
The Knot and the Cross in Celtic History
One memorable feature of any Celtic cross is the central point at which the four arms meet. This focal point is the concentration of divine energies, to which all else in the world channels itself; in jewelry, this nucleus may appear as a gemstone. Many variations of the typical Celtic cross exist, but most involve a circular overlay on top of the four arms, or at least an abstract reference to this pattern. The circle was originally a pagan symbol for the sun, first placed over the Christian cross centuries ago as a way to imply that religious and secular belief systems can wield equal influence. The Trinity knot once represented solely the triad of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, but in current times, it alludes to other triplets of meaning, such as earth, air, and water; love, protection, and honor; and mind, body, and soul.
The Charm of the Crossover
This ShanOre charm revives an Irish artifact in the form of a delicate accessory. The experimental shape of this Celtic cross honors the unity of both the divine and the temporal, and the power of their life-giving properties, particularly when their energies are combined. The woman who decorates her wrist with a piece such as this one likes to think of the world as a place where every person, creature, and natural element is charged and moved by the same universal force. In the midst of the transcendental experience that this charm may simulate, however, she does not forget her affinity for pretty things.
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