Scottish Heart Pendant
Celtic knots date back to at least the 5th century AD, and were used extensively by ancient monks in illuminated manuscripts such as the Book of Kells and Book of Durrows. The Celts did not record the meanings behind the designs they recreated, but scholars speculate that the symbols represented basic tenants of life, mankind and spirituality, while the continual looping of the designs suggests themes of eternity and interconnectedness.
We think of this design - a heart created by an interconnecting knot, as representing the continuity of everlasting love and the binding together or intertwining of two soul or spirits.
Available in Bronze or Sterling silver. 1.5 inches (36mm) tall by 1.125 (28mm) wide.