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The True Love Knot Bracelet

35.00
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The True Love Knot Bracelet

35.00

The Rigger and I were honored to officiate at our niece’s wedding a few years ago. The bride and groom tied the True Love’s Knot together during the ceremony. I admired the clean lines of this knot and designed this Unisex bracelet using colorful marine line and stainless steel marine hardware. 

The art of knotting was developed by sailors in the 19th century. They created knots with both simple and elaborate designs. Some knots were used for practical purposes; some for decorative purposes and some were used to signify meaning. One knot that arose during this time was this True Love’s Knot. A sailor would tie this knot loosely and send it to his intended back home. If this knot was returned tightened it symbolized her love for him. 

© The Rigger’s Wife 2018

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The Rigger and I were honored to officiate at our niece’s wedding a few years ago. The bride and groom tied the True Love’s Knot together during the ceremony. I admired the clean lines of this knot and designed this Unisex bracelet using colorful marine line and stainless steel marine hardware. 

The art of knotting was developed by sailors in the 19th century. They created knots with both simple and elaborate designs. Some knots were used for practical purposes; some for decorative purposes and some were used to signify meaning. One knot that arose during this time was this True Love’s Knot. A sailor would tie this knot loosely and send it to his intended back home. If this knot was returned tightened it symbolized her love for him. 

© The Rigger’s Wife 2018