Thi Triquetra Viking Ring is forged from steel and is detailed with either gold or steel insignias.
The word ‘Triquetra’ comes from the Latin for ‘three-cornered’ The legendary Book of Kells believed to be from the early 9th century bears the Trinity knot symbol amongst its other decorative artwork. It’s likely the Trinity knot had religious meaning.
The Trinity knot’s appearance in Celtic culture seems as if the distinctive artwork style developed during Ireland’s Insular Art movement around the 7th century.
In the Christian faith, the three points of the Trinity knot represent the Holy Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In its original form of Vesicae Pisces, it incorporates the fish which is a popular Christian symbol.
Occasionally, you may see the Trinity knot enclosed within a circle as a means of emphasizing unity or eternity.