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JMH Sterling Silver Simple Trinity Knot Earrings

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Their unbroken lines which have no beginning and no end represent eternal life and love. The Trinity Knot originally represented the Mother, Maiden and Crone of the Triple Goddess of Neo-Paganism. Upon the arrival of Christianity to Ireland, the meaning changed to the Holy Trinity; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Handcrafted in Dublin, Ireland & hallmarked in the Assay Office in Dublin Castle. Presented on Leverback Fittings.
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JMH Jewellery is one of the longest established jewellery manufacturing companies in Ireland. Started in 1973 by Joe & Betty Harbourne, the company boast over 40 years' experience of manufacturing jewellery for customers worldwide. JMH is a family owned and operated business. Joseph Harbourne, Joe and Betty's eldest son, joined the company on a full time basis in 1999 in a design and goldsmithing capacity. Eve Turner, their daughter, came on board in 2003 and handles the Sales and Marketing end of the business. Over the years the collections have expanded and now meet the requirements of customers all over the world. Their unbroken lines which have no beginning and no end represent eternal life and love. The Trinity Knot originally represented the Mother, Maiden and Crone of the Triple Goddess of Neo-Paganism. Upon the arrival of Christianity to Ireland, the meaning changed to the Holy Trinity; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Handcrafted in Dublin, Ireland & hallmarked in the Assay Office in Dublin Castle. Presented on Leverback Fittings.

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Brand JMH
Measurements Height: 21mm/ Width: 11mm
Composition Sterling Silver
Care Instructions Buff with a soft cloth to keep shining.
Product ID 7019

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