Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace
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Nora Amethyst Heart Necklace

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Solid Sterling Silver with amethyst

Celebrate your special love for someone with a beautiful Celtic love knot. This design is one that has been used for thousands of years to express deep and everlasting love. The intricate lines of the love know twist and turn but never end - just as the journey of love is one with many twists and turns, but the love itself never ends.

What a beautiful expression of love! Solid sterling silver with faceted amethyst stone pendant measures 3/4" x 3/4" on a chain.

*****History of Celtic Knot Work

The use of knot work design is a practice that began early in human history. In the third and fourth century AD knot work designs were used in floor mosaics in the Roman Empire. Celtic knot designs developed from braiding work, which was the use of an unbroken, woven cord design that was used by many cultures around the world.

The true unbroken and interconnected knot work that is known as the Celtic knot design began around the 7th century. The style was then spread to Ireland and England. As a whole, Celtic knot designs have become a symbol of cultural pride for those with Welsh, Irish or Scottish heritage.