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 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.