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The Heart symbol, known throughout the world as the sign of romance and love, has it's roots in late Renaissance art. In medieval art the heart was depicted as sort of an upside down pinecone shape, the modern symbol for the romantic heart began appearing in period art in approximately the mid 14th to 15th centuries. Much speculation has been made about the meaning of the shape, but the origins are unclear. Regardless, the symetrical shape became popular and remains to this day as the leading symbol to denote romance and love. Our Triple Heart charm is based on the Celtic preoccupation with the number three. Looking at Celtic works or art one notices that often figures are grouped in clusters of three, creatures have three heads, objects repeat three times, or a single head might have three faces. Both the old and the new Testament have many refrences to the number 3 as well. Whatever your interpretation is, this dainty little charm is sure to please.
All of our pendants are available with a variety of chain styles and lengths. Please call 610-439-8833 or e-mail us, should you have any questions.
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