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Triangle earrings

Part of our wide range of geometric-design jewellery, our triangle collection includes beautiful threader earrings in 925 Sterling Silver with triangle adornments. These gorgeous earrings work well for a range of occasions and outfits, and make beautiful timeless gifts for loved ones. Like all of our earrings, our triangle earrings come wrapped in our distinct packaging.

The use of triangles in jewellery can be traced back to ancient times. In many ancient cultures, the triangle was seen as a symbol of spiritual significance, representing the connection between the divine and the earthly realms. The triangle was also seen as a symbol of strength and stability, as it is the strongest geometric shape.

In ancient Egypt, the triangle was a common motif in jewellery design, often seen in the form of pyramid-shaped amulets and pendants. The Egyptians believed that the triangle represented the three aspects of their god Osiris – the father, son, and holy spirit – and wore triangular jewellery as a form of protection.

The Greeks and Romans also used the triangle in their jewellery designs, often incorporating it into intricate patterns and designs. In Greek mythology, the triangle was associated with the goddess Athena, who was known for her wisdom and strength. The Romans also believed that the triangle represented strength and stability and used it in their architecture, art, and jewellery.

During the Renaissance period in Europe, the triangle continued to be a popular motif in jewellery design. Artists and craftsmen used the triangle as a way to create intricate, geometric patterns in their work, often using precious metals and gemstones to create elaborate pieces.

In more modern times, the triangle has continued to be a popular design element in jewellery. The Art Deco movement of the 1920s and 1930s saw a revival of geometric shapes in jewellery design, including the triangle. In the 1960s, the triangle became a popular symbol in the hippie counterculture, often seen in the form of peace signs and other symbols of unity.

Today, the triangle remains a popular motif in jewellery design, often used to create modern, geometric pieces that are both simple and striking. The triangle can be seen in a variety of styles, from delicate, minimalist designs to bold, statement pieces, and is often used in combination with other geometric shapes and patterns.