The ancient Celtic triple spiral has been used to signify the three stages of a woman’s life. In this modern version, The Knotty Celt has added more elements to each spiral and indeed to the symbol itself in an attempt to convey the deep meaning behind the symbol. The top spiral is simple and not as developed. This shows the elegance and youth of the fair maiden. Move down and to the left, we see the Motherhood spiral. At a quick glance it appears quite similar to the Maiden spiral, however; she is thicker and more developed, to show the strength which Motherhood brings. The spiral is also shaped in such a way as to denote the cradling of child to show Mother’s nurturing. Moving to the right from Motherhood, we come to the Crone spiral. This spiral has been split into two intertwined branches, each symbolizing her frailty and wisdom in her old age. At the very centre we see a Triquetra. In this case, the Triquetra has a few important meanings. It symbolizes Woman’s inner beauty as having her dignity being rooted in that from the Divine – her immortal soul. Her fertility is also represented in the Triquetra. Both the Maiden and Motherhood spirals tie in directly to the Triquetra in order to show her fertility, whereas; the gap between the frailty and wisdom branches of the Crone spiral and the separation of the Crone spiral from the central Triquetra all show the bareness of the Crone. Embossed on the bail is the Irish word for Woman written out in runes.
Celtic Womanhood Pendant
$65.01 – $4,430.84
The Womanhood Pendant by The Knotty Celt features the ancient Celtic triple spiral. Each spiral signifies a stage in a woman’s life: Maiden, Mother, Crone.
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18”, 20”, 22", No Chain
The Knotty Celt was established by Andrew Brownrigg. He combined his passion for the beauty and complexity of Celtic knots with his adept 3D modeling skills to create knots with deep meaning. With the innovation of the 3D printing industry, he was able to realize his knot patterns in physical form.
Each piece is made by 3D printing a tangible model in casters’ wax. The wax model is then used to make a plaster mold. Next, the plaster mold is used to cast the piece from molten metal. This technique allows for some very complex knot patterns to be realized in the physical world. Having been cast as a single piece, also means the knots are truly infinite loops, with no seams – an otherwise impossible feat.
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Since all items are made-to-order, your order will ship once the item(s) is/are complete. This usually takes between 2-3 weeks after receipt of payment. Items are shipped via Canada Post with tracking and require a signature to complete delivery. We will provide you with a link to track your package online. Shipping fees include handling and packing fees as well as postage costs. Handling fees are fixed, whereas transport fees vary according to total weight of the shipment. We advise you to group your items in one order. We cannot group two distinct orders placed separately, and shipping fees will apply to each of them. Your package will be insured for loss and/or damage due to shipping. Special care is taken to protect fragile objects. Boxes are amply sized and your items are well-protected.
Since all of our items are made-to-order, we are unfortunately unable to accept returns. All items are thoroughly inspected before they are released to the shipper. Because we do not accept returns or exchanges at this time, please be certain of your ring size before placing your order, as the rings we offer are made-to-order, and will not resize well.