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These Sterling Silver Celtic Knot cufflinks are beautifully detailed, with a Dara Celtic Knot darkened to make them stand out against the highly polished silver. They are made from a 1.5mm thick recycled silver sheet and a slightly curved profile. They are completed with heavyweight spring-loaded fittings.


About the Design

These cufflinks are inspired by the Celtic Trinity Knot (also known as the Triquetra). Constructed of one continuous line interweaving around itself the Trinity, throughout time has come to represent different meanings to people and faiths. 
The Celts believed the most important things came in threes; three domains (earth, sea and sky). three elements, three stages of life. It is also possible that to the Celts the Triquetra signified the lunar and solar phases. Trinity Knot symbols have been found alongside solar and lunar symbols.
In the Christian faith, the three points of the Celtic Trinity Knot represent the Holy Trinity of Father, Son and Holy. 
The modern era has brought new meaning to the Trinity Knot / Triquetra. It is now said to represent the three promises of a relationship; love, honour and protection.


Where is it made? 

Each pair of cufflinks is individually made to order in my workshop in Dublin, Ireland. By making each one to order I can ensure you get a quality piece made with the most intricate detail. Each one is hallmarked in the Irish assay office in Dublin castle.



If you would like it made in Gold, Palladium or Platinum. Submit a request for a price quote here.

Dara Knot Cufflinks

  • Weight

    14 grams



    Length 16mm X Width 16mm X Depth 1.5mm 

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