Trinity Knot (Pink or purple)
The meaning of triquetra in Latin is ‘three-cornered’.
Trinity (Triquetra) Knots adorn pages of ancient manuscripts such as the 9th Century Book of Kells. The Trinity Knot first began to appear in Irish Celtic culture from around the 7th century, during the insular art movement. Variations of the trinity knot were originally found on runestones in Scandanavia and on early Germanic coins.