Celtic Knot of Four Hearts-Family Love Knot Wood Carving

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MEANING: To the Celts, a knot formed from one continuous line evoked eternity. Hearts symbolize Love and Relationships. In numerology, every number has a certain power. The symbolic meaning of number Four deals with stability and invokes the grounded nature of all things. Consider the four seasons, four directions, four elements...all these amazingly powerful essences wrapped up in the nice square package of Four. Fours represent solidity, calmness, and home. Here are 4 hearts, facing four directions, formed from one continuous line. Can you find all four? This multiple heart shaped knot brings a warm, loving, grounding energy into your home. It would also be a beautiful representation of a family of four! For a more Stylized version, please see: https://www.etsy.com/listing/156896175/stylized-knot-of-four-hearts-celtic-wood THE CARVING: My Carvings are single pieces of western red cedar, designed and carved to be wall hangings. Each piece is finished with a blend of clear oils that brings out the natural color of the wood. For more information on the process of creation, please see my profile. SIZE: The last picture has the piece on a quilting board, lined up on the 1 inch marks. So subtract 1 inch from the height and width for the stock size. Measurements may vary slightly from piece to piece. Please contact if we don't have your country listed for shipping outside of the U.S. International orders will be sent Parcel Post.

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  • 5
    Celtic Knot of 4 Hearts

    Posted by Maureen Eneberg on Nov 4th 2019

    Beautifully carved Celtic Knot! We purchased for a memorial for a family member. It will be hung as a reminder of the Strong Bond and love between my sister and her 3 children.

  • 5
    Perfect present for a very Irish friends 50th birthday who is the mother of a family of four who are very close knit.

    Posted by Joan Hunt on Apr 16th 2019

    I had looking for a not-usual gift . A minister did a project on Celtic knots which peaked my interest. Then up popped your website. Perfect/