- Triskelion - Triskele Triple Trinity Magick Ring.
- Handcrafted in .925 Sterling Silver with 18K Gold Vermeil accents.
- Triple Goddess - Trinity - Triple Spiral - Brigid -Manannán.
- Approximately 1/2 inch high.
From Wikipedia: The triskelion symbol appears in many early cultures, the first in Malta and in the astronomical calendar at the famous megalithic tomb of Newgrange in Ireland built around 3200 BC, Mycenaean vessels, on coinage in Lycia, and on staters of Pamphylia (at Aspendos, 370–333 BC) and Pisidia. It appears as a heraldic emblem on warriors' shields depicted on Greek pottery.
Familiar as an ancient symbol of Sicily, the symbol dates back to when Sicily was part of Magna Graecia, the colonial extension of Greece beyond the Aegean. Pliny the Elder attributes the origin of the triskelion of Sicily to the triangular form of the island, the ancient Trinacria (from the Greek tri- (three) and akra (end, limb)), which consists of three large capes equidistant from each other, pointing in their respective directions, the names of which were Pelorus, Pachynus, and Lilybæum.
The Celtic symbol of three conjoined spirals may have had triple significance similar to the imagery that lies behind the triskelion. The triple spiral motif is a Neolithic symbol in Western Europe. It is considered a Celtic symbol but is in fact a pre-Celtic symbol. 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 predating the Celtic arrival in Ireland but has long since been incorporated into Celtic culture.
This item was created out of the finest sterling silver & 18k gold by Peter Stone.
This ring is 1/2 of an inch at it's widest point
Meticulously crafted from fine sterling silver with 18 karat Gold accents, the Celtic Triskelion Silver & Gold Ring showcases the beauty of Celtic tradition, modern design, and the fine craftsmanship of Peter Stone Artisans.