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Leather Moleskine Cover | Triskellion Knot

SKU# MSLC17

Availability: In stock

$72.00
$72.00

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Please note: Our Moleskine cover price does not include the insert. Since there are so many Moleskine insert options we don’t presume you want the only format we offer. If you'd like a lined notebook, you can purchase it HERE. Our cover accommodates 5" x 8.25 inch Moleskine notebook only.

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  • SKU: MSLC17
  • Colors:Navy, Orchid, Wine
  • Optional Pen Loop Holder $5 
  • Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
  • Weight with insert: 1lb. 2 oz.

Description

  • Matching Britannia Pewter button.
  • A built-in elastic place holding band
  • Moleskines DO NOT come with a book insert.
  • To purchase replacement moleskine fillers, click here: Fillers & Inserts
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Triskellion Knot

The Celtic Revival of the 19th century extends to the present day, bringing with it a renewed appreciation of the Celtic interpretation of their art form as a representation of the inter-connectedness of life, the art of the unending line, symbolizing the process of regeneration and renewal.  The power of symmetry and mathematical precision, combined with the passionate, imaginative vision utilized by the Celts in the creation of three dimensional art forms, continue to resonant with art lovers and makers in the 21st century and beyond.


The specific meaning or direct symbolism of knot styles was lost during periods of suppression and assimilation. However, it is generally agreed that spiral themes are indicative of consciousness and balance, interlacing knots the unending cycle of life and death, and key or maze patterns the twists and turns of life’s journey. Zoomorphic knots depicting hounds or dogs represent loyalty; dragons symbolize rebirth and bird’s purity or nobility. Our best advice when choosing Celtic imagery is to use your intuition. Whichever knot you like best is the one for you!