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Onewa triquetra by Alex Sands


A large handcrafted onewa triquetra pendant, carved by Alex Sands.   It includes an adjustable plaited waxed braid cord, a traditional woven presentation case and a detailed description of the meaning of the carving.

62mm Long (2.4 Inches)

This is a one-of-a-kind piece so will be removed from our gallery permanently when sold

While not specifically māori, The triquetra, also known as a "trinity knot", is often found as a design element is popular Irish jewellery such as claddaghs and other wedding or engagement rings. Celtic pagans or neopagans who are not of a Celtic cultural orientation may use the triquetra to symbolise a variety of concepts and mythological figures.

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