Triquetra 6 Drawer Wooden Almirah - 23cm Tall, 20cm Wide
First discovered scribed on ancient runestones in Northern Europe, the Triquetra is ascribed to pagan and other varied roots but is generally understood to be a Celtic symbol. It's a beautiful entanglement of three petals—a petal being a symbol of Goddess.
The symbolism of the Triquetra has expanded to represent any combination of three elements, such as the past, present, and future. Triquetra designs make novel choices for sisters and other family members. In Ireland, this graceful triple knot bears a promise to love, honour, and protect; it's often engraved on rings, necklace pendants, and other trinkets. In Christianity, the triquetra symbolizes the Holy Trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In Paganism, the triquetra usually represents the Mother, the Maiden, and the Crone.