The Triskele, or triple spiral necklace, is an intricate ancient Celtic necklace. A Triskele’s significance can shift with its context in time, society, and mythology. In both pagan and Christian symbolism, the spirals symbolize progress and introspection. Consequently, there is no definitive interpretation of the Triskele; rather, it can have a wide range of connotations.
- Triskele charm The double-sided 3 spirals in a circle are 1 inch (2 cm) in size and are composed of a metal alloy.
- The 18-inch (45-centimeter) silvertone chain with a 2-inch (5-centimeter) extender and the 3-inch (1-centimeter) double-sided spirals in a circle pendant are 1 inch (2 centimeters) in diameter. The length is 20 inches but may be adjusted (51 cm). Snaps shut the lobster clasp.
The necklace was made by hand.
The Triskele, also known as the triskelion, is a pagan emblem with its roots in pre-Christian Europe. The symbol comprises three interlocking curves or segments that spiral outward from a central point. The coat of arms of the Isle of Man and the Kingdom of Naples use a triskele that is a variation of the ancient Egyptian symbol but with three human legs instead of three lions.
With care and attention to detail, we make our triple spiral necklace. Following that, storage occurs. When you order a triskele necklace, it will arrive in a pretty organza pouch.
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