The Trinity knot is the most recognized of all Celtic symbols. While there are many different interpretations, most seem to agree on a joining of 3 entities, 3 being a sacred number to the Celts. “Maiden, Mother and Wise Woman”
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Keith has spent his life submersed in every aspect of the Jewellery business, but it wasn’t until the birth of his two children that he became serious about designing jewellery himself. More than anything, he credits Caitlin and Sam for igniting his passion for creation. Keith draws inspiration from the raw beauty of the Scottish and Irish landscapes. Each of his collections offers something unique that he has seen in a hidden mountain loch, the grey sky over the glen or the ripples on a sandy beach. Inspiration becomes design. Such resources push him to combine textured precious metals and exotic gemstones in surprising and stunning ways. His designs are strengthened by his ability to blend ancient Celtic symbolism with contemporary style and elegance. Keith currently lives in Vancouver, but frequently returns home to Scotland, spending time in the wild and beautiful country that is his muse.
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