How it's made: The design is stamped on to Copper, filled with fine Enamel colours, polished and then Rhodium Plated. The Chain is made from a brass based metal and rhodium plating.
The Triquetra has been adopted by many paths: in Latin it literally means "three cornered". For the Celts it symbolises the People of the Goddess, and the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. For Wiccans it symbolises the Triple Goddess (Mother, Maiden and Crone); for other Pagan paths it can symbolise Land, Sea & Sky, or Mind, Body & Soul; for the Norse traditions it is related to the Valknut (the Norse Triskelion); and it has also been used for the Christian Trinity. It is also known as the Trinity Knot. For others it is a symbol of Protection or Good Luck. More recently it has become known in the TV show "Charmed" taking on its pagan and celtic roots, and protecting the wearer from dark energies.