It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Celtic symbols and the meanings they represent are deeply ingrained in Irish history and culture. The ancient Celts carried several symbols with them to Ireland, including the Celtic Knot and the Celtic Cross. These symbols date back thousands of years. The following list provides explanations of some of the most well-known Celtic symbols.
celtic sisters knot
- Aug 15 2022
12 Important Celtic Symbols and MeaningsCategories: Irish Jewelry , Interesting Stories , Ireland , Celtic Knot Meanings , Celtic Jewelry , Blog , Education , Legends and Folklore , Celtic Culture
- Categories: Irish Jewelry , Celtic JewelryIrish jewelry is steeped in Irish tradition and Celtic symbolism. It is full of mysticism and deep spiritual meaning, representing love, life cycles and faith. Irish symbols in Irish jewelry can be traced back directly to folklore told through the centuries and ancient Celtic manuscript drawings. The popularity of Irish jewelry around the world has really taken off in recent years as many people taken an interest in the deeper meaning of talismans, objects of faith and symbols of life. Irish jewelry is not just for the Irish anymore.
- May 19 2015
The Celtic Sisters Knot MeaningCategories: Irish Traditions , Irish Jewelry , Celtic Legends , Celtic Knot Meanings , Celtic Jewelry , Scottish Jewelry , Blog , Education , Legends and Folklore , Celtic Culture
The Irish symbol for sisterhood, the Celtic Sisters' Knot is a symbol of sisterhood and the strong, eternal bond we share with our sisters and friends. The intricate Celtic knot for sisters is an unbroken line symbolic of everlasting love.