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Celtic Love Symbols

Celtic lore has produced many symbols throughout it's history. Many of the celtic symbols we know often have several meanings. One of the most prevalent meanings of celtic symbols is eternity, love, and spirit.

For this section of our website we feature the celtic symbols which symbolize love, and eternity. Of course there are several celtic knots which symbolize eternity, so we have added just 1 picture of a celtic knot, knowing that there are many celtic knots which symbolize eternity, and spiritual love.

We have also a celtic cross, the celtic crosses' circles represent eternity and love.

Claddagh Heart Love Symbol

claddagh heart

The Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish ring given as a token of friendship, love, or marriage.

The Claddagh's distinctive design features two hands clasping a heart, and usually surmounted by a crown. The elements of this symbol are often said to correspond to the qualities of love (the heart), friendship (the hands), and loyalty (the crown).

When worn on the right ring finger with the heart pointing to the fingertip, the wearer is free of any attachment.

On the same finger but the other way round, with the heart pointing away from the fingertip, it suggests someone is romantically involved.

When the ring is on the left hand wedding ring finger, it means the person is married or engaged.


Celtic Love Knot Symbol

celtic knot

There are several types of celtic knots, many of them symbolize love, eternity, and continuum.

The interlacing lines of the Celtic Knot stands for "no beginning, no ending, the continuity of everlasting love and binding together or intertwining of two souls or spirits."

Heart knots were added recently to Celtic symbolism. Hearts now known as symbols of love date back to the later medieval period but they have become an established part of Celtic lore in the last decade of the 20th century.

There is also the lover's celtic knot, any knot can be a lover's knot. Knots that link two separate paths are used as lover's knots.


Bythol Love Symbol

celtic knot

The Bythol symbol means everlasting love. Two trinity knots symbolizing the merging of the mind, body and spirit of two people becoming one.




Celtic Cross Love Symbol

celtic cross

The celtic cross represents the passage between heaven and earth. The circle in the ringed cross signifies infinity (continuum) and eternal spiritual love.




Follow this link to learn more about other Celtic symbols and their meanings.