This 9" long silver-tone brass hanging features a Celtic knot called The Triquetra.
The Trinity knot is also called the Triquetra and is one of the best known symbols in Celtic culture. The Celtic Christian church used it to represent the Holy Trinity, but other cultures used the symbol too and each attached its own meaning to it. It is often worn by Pagans to represent the Three Fold Law, the law of Karma, and the three stages of life - birth, life, and death. But because it's a never-ending knot surrounded by a circle, it also symbolizes that life is eternal, our soul never really dies, and that we go on.