Ashling Aine

Dainty Triskelion Celtic Post Earring (S254)

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Very cute and a perfect size - not too big...

Very cute and a perfect size - not too big, not too small!

The earrings I purchased are beautiful!! I...

The earrings I purchased are beautiful!! I know my daughter will love this Christmas gift. 💜

I was looking for triskelion jewelry for a...

I was looking for triskelion jewelry for a few years, but couldn't find anything worth buying. I am, however, really impressed with the quality and beauty of these items! I will wear the ensemble at all the Scottish and highland fests I'll attend this summer.

5 Stars!

5 Stars!

 Dainty looking-BUT, making a STATEMENT for sure! The Triskelion is a very ancient symbol representing MUCH and is open for your interpretation. It is a Three-legged/PART piece. It represents "Our journey" and for me, that is from God and back to Him. Three parts is a very spiritual concept, much like the Trinity ( Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. ) The journey certainly includes, life-death-rebirth, spirit-mind-body, mother-father-child, past-present-future, power-intellect-love to name a few. Our Earrings also have matching pieces.

316L Stainless Steel- no tarnishing and great for allergies.
10mm at the widest point
Posts are surgical 316: Stainless steel too. All parts of these earrings are.

OTHER matching pieces are available
316L ear wires

*316 L Stainless Steel does NOT tarnish or rust. It is very hard and durable. It has a beautiful luster that can be buffed and polished to remove fingerprints or scratch

It is carved into the rock of a stone lozenge near the main entrance of the prehistoric Newgrange monument in County Meath, Ireland. Newgrange, which was built around 3200 BCE,[6] predates the Celtic arrival in Ireland but has long since been incorporated into Celtic culture. The symbol is also found carved in rock in Castro Culture settlements in modern-day Galicia and Northern Portugal. In Ireland before the 5th century, in Celtic Christianity, the triskele took on new meaning, as a symbol of the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), and therefore also a symbol of eternity. Its popularity continues today as a decorative symbol of faith for Christians of Celtic descent around the world.
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