The Tremayne Knot is a classic Celtic knot pattern where there is no beginning or end in the pattern. Classic knot patterns are often interpreted as representing never ending life, but also can be seen as the spiritual pathway where there is no wrong path but show the obstacles that change one's course and create the many turns of one's life. Tremayne is also a Scottish name that means "house of stone" or "town surrounded by stone". The simplicity of this knot echoes a fortressed area.
These finely crafted lead-free pewter earrings measures 0.75" in length and come on nickel-free, hypoallergenic, surgical steel ear wires and are finished with a light coating of dark enamels in the recesses to add definition to the pieces.