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Celtic Trinity Knot Wedding Rings

The Trinity Knot collection offers a variety of takes on the well-loved Celtic design – from simple and elegant solid gold or sterling silver wedding bands to a gorgeous blend of both metals in a variety of styles. Master Jewelers handcraft each Trinity Knot wedding ring at in Ireland using traditional casting techniques. Our Celtic Trinity Knot wedding rings are hallmarked at the Irish Assay Office in Dublin Castle guaranteeing the purity of the metals used.

What is the Meaning of the Celtic Trinity Knot?

The endless twists and interlocking turns of the Celtic Trinity Knot (also known as the Triquetra) is an ancient symbol said to represent eternity. This motif is a perfect choice for a wedding band as it beautifully signifies the three promises of marriage – to love, to honour, and to protect.

To this day, the Trinity Knot is the most well-known and beloved of all the Celtic knots. In modern times, it is often given as a token of a promise to love, honour, and protect. The Ancient Celts used this symbol throughout Ireland as they used it to decorate megalithic passage graves, burial mounds, and other holy sites.

The symbol was interpreted in diverse ways by The Celts including as a metaphor for the trilogy of mind, body, spirit; earth, sea, sky; and beginning, middle, and end. In Christianity, the Trinity Knot has been adopted from the ancient Celtic tradition as a symbol of the Holy Trinity. Whatever your beliefs and traditions, this powerful symbol will beautifully celebrate your promise to love, honour, and protect.

Browse our full selection of Trinity Knot Wedding Rings online or contact us today to book a viewing in our Dublin store.

Trinity Knot Wedding Rings

Gold Filigree Trinity Knot Wedding Ring

550.001,250.00
150.00180.00

Silver Celtic Wedding Rings

Silver Trinity Knot Wedding Ring

150.00180.00

Silver Celtic Wedding Rings

Silver Trinity Knot Wedding Ring

150.00180.00
450.00550.00

Silver Celtic Wedding Rings

Sterling Silver Trinity Knot Wedding Ring

150.00180.00

Silver Celtic Wedding Rings

Sterling Silver Trinity Knot Wedding Ring

150.00180.00
1,150.001,350.00




Frequently Asked Questions

The Trinity Knot, also known as the Triquetra, is a classic Celtic symbol representing interconnectivity and balance; in the context of marriage, it symbolizes the unity and equal partnership of the couple.

Yes, Trinity Knot wedding rings are available in various metals such as gold, silver, platinum, and can include finishes like matte, polished, or textured, allowing couples to tailor the ring to their personal style.

Absolutely, the Trinity Knot is a versatile design that can be adapted to both masculine and feminine aesthetics, making it a popular choice for couples seeking matching or complementary wedding bands.

Regularly clean your ring with a soft cloth and mild soap solution, avoid exposure to harsh chemicals, and store it separately to prevent scratches, which will help maintain the intricate design and overall quality.

Many Trinity Knot rings can be embellished with gemstones, such as diamonds or birthstones, set along the band or within the knot itself, adding a personal touch and extra sparkle.

Its enduring symbolism of love, commitment, and spiritual unity makes the Trinity Knot a meaningful choice for couples who value deep historical roots and symbolic gestures in their marriage.

The three points of the Trinity Knot traditionally represent the Holy Trinity in Christian symbolism, but in the context of wedding rings, they can symbolize past, present, and future or the merging of two lives into one.

Trinity Knot designs can range from simple and understated single knots to more elaborate patterns involving multiple intertwined knots, offering a wide range of styles to match different personal tastes.

Consider the ring’s metal, the size and visibility of the knot design, any additional embellishments like gemstones, and how the ring fits with other jewelry pieces, especially engagement rings.

Yes, Trinity Knot wedding rings can be beautifully coordinated with engagement rings, especially those featuring Celtic designs, to create a cohesive and deeply symbolic bridal set.