LOOOOKKKKKK !!! here it is !!!
[color=red]Another simple form of Celtic knotwork is the Lover’s Knot, or the Eternity Knot. Used in many Celtic wedding rings, it shows two continuous, unbroken loops that are intertwined and inseparable from each other. As the lives of the bride and groom are merged in eternal unity and fidelity, so are the circular strands inseparably bound together for eternity.
Irish Love Knot is also known as a Sailor’s knot. This Celtic Love Knot symbolizes Love or Union because it is actually two seperate knots intwined and impossible to seperate. Wonderful and apt symbolism of the union of two as one. Celtic sailors often used this love knot in their knotwork creations intended for their sweethearts.
Two ropes combined are stronger than the single cord.Â
A metaphor describing how a couple commitment may strengthen each others lives.
This Celtic version of the Lover’s Knot is woven “in and out” providing a more dense look to the design.
By following the strands that wrap around the band you can see that the “two (chords) are one”.
This design has been used to symbolize the “wedding knot” for centuries and
used in “handfasting”: a promise to be true “for a year and a day”.[/color]
I totally think WE know what it is now !!! It totally makes sense lol. Why wasn’t I thinking lovers knot to begin with??? DOH !!! Just trying to make things harder than they were lol. You know me… HEHE