The Triskelion symbol consisting of three interlocked spirals is one of the oldest Celtic symbols. It appears on the Newgrange kerbstones, which date to around 3200 BC. The Triskeles are thought to evoke the Celtic interpretation of the three realms of material existence: earth, water, and sky (and all their interconnections). We believe the symbol resonates with the perspective of the universal owner that sees the preservation of the natural world, the people, and the economy as intrinsically intertwined.
What does the symbol mean?