Emerald Green CZ Trinity Knot Stainless Steel Ring – Discontinued: On sale while supplies last.
This beautifully unique ring features trinity knots embracing an emerald green cubic zirconia gemstone. Made from polished stainless-steel, this ring looks great and will continue to look great for a lifetime.
- Beautifully unique ring
- Features trinity knots
- Emerald green cubic zirconia gemstone
- Made from Polished stainless-steel
- Looks great and will continue to look great for a lifetime
What is a Triquetra?
The triquetra is a three leafed knot design also called a trinity knot. Many Celtic people wear or display objects with a triquetra motif in order to connect with, honor, and share their heritage. Celtic Christians also use the triquetra to symbolize the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Some people call this symbol by other names, such as “trinity knot” or “trefoil knot”. Trefoil means three-leafed. Many of our products have this motif, and we use the symbol on our logo in order to easily identify us as a Celtic company.
Why Stainless Steel?
Stainless steel is an excellent material for beautiful and durable modern jewelry. To the untrained eye it looks like sterling silver. But it is much more scratch-resistant, it is stronger, will never tarnish, and it will stay looking great for a lifetime. And it’s more affordable! What’s not to love?!
What is Cubic Zirconia (CZ)?
Cubic zirconia is a high-quality, man-made gemstone material. To the untrained eye it is indistinguishable from natural gemstones. It is denser than diamond, and very hard — harder actually than most natural gemstones, other than diamond itself. As a result, it is very durable and scratch-resistant.
One major advantage of CZ gemstones is that they are optically flawless. Optically flawless natural gemstones are extremely rare, so CZ gemstones are actually more beautiful than most natural gems! Cubic zirconia is made colorless, to simulate diamond, but is also made in a variety of colors to simulate other natural gemstones. Examples: ruby, garnet, emerald, sapphire, amethyst, topaz, and citrine.
Because of its low cost, durability, and very similar appearance to diamond, and other natural gemstones, cubic zirconia has remained the most important competitor for natural gemstones for over 40 years.