Details:Inspired by Ireland's high crosses, which are found at old crossroads and meeting points around the emerald isle to this day, this cross beautiful depicts the knot work that Ireland's Celts were so famed for. It is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional celtic crosses. Trinity knots are featured in the arms of the cross. The Trinity knot was traditionally used in Celtic stonework as a representation of the Mother, Maiden and Crone of the Triple Goddess of Neo-Paganism. However, upon the arrival of Christianity to Ireland, the knot began to symbolise the Holy Trinity; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.