This is a visual representation of a torus knot, where p = 1, q = 17, u = 7, and v = 12. At 5cm wide with 2-3mm walls, it looks beautiful in metal as a pendant.
A torus knot can be rendered geometrically in multiple ways which are topologically equivalent but geometrically distinct.
The (p,q)-torus knot winds q times around a circle in the interior of the torus, and p times around its axis of rotational symmetry. If p and q are not relatively prime, then we have a torus link with more than one component.
The direction in which the strands of the knot wrap around the torus is also subject to differing conventions. The most common is to have the strands form a right-handed screw for p q > 0.