Trinity Knot in Celtic Knot Circle
The Trinity Knot symbol represents the number three which was magical to the Celts. This symbol was adopted by the Christians in the 4th Century as a trinity symbol when the Bishop Hilary of Pointiers, a famous Celtic theologian, introduced the concept of Holy Trinity.
Dimensions: 17.5h x 13w x 2d
Please note: This piece is for hanging inside. Mahogany that is left to the elements will not fair well. Beautifully crafted one at a time, each wood carving starts from an original hand drawing. Every step of the carving and painting process is done by hand with great attention to detail and as a finishing touch a French paste wax is buffed into the finish until a rich luster is obtained.