Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace
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Celtic Knot Everlasting Necklace

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Solid Sterling Silver "Go Síoraí" Necklace means Everlasting in Irish Gaelic.

This Celtic Double Infinity Celtic pendant is handcrafted from Sterling silver and will make a very meaningful gift for a new bride, new mother or any loved one.

“Go síoraí” is a beautiful Irish terms which when translated means everlasting in English... the term forever is almost fairytale-like in nature.

The symbolic meaning of everlasting - “go síoraí” – is the idea that no matter what occurs, you will navigate your way through for the long haul and will spend eternity together - a very romantic and special work of art that will be cherished for a lifetime.

Solid sterling silver 1" x 2" pendant 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 plait work, which was an unbroken, woven cord design used in many cultures around the world. The true unbroken and interconnected knot work that is characteristic of Celtic knot designs began around the 7th century.