Silver Green Enamel Shamrock Pendant


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Unique Sterling Silver green enamel Shamrock with white crystals on a sterling silver 18″ chain. It has been Irish hallmarked in Dublin Castle

Height 2cm Width 1cm

The name ‘Shamrock’ comes from the Irish Word ‘seamrog’ which is the Irish for ‘Little plant’.It is one plant made of three parts.The Celts placed great emphasis on the number 3. For them, it represented life as a whole through the three branches of past, present and future, and all of earth through the three elements of sky, earth and underground.

It is the National emblem of the Emerald Isle since the 18th century and many believe that wearing a piece of green shamrock with keep them safe from harm.The shamrock is a recognised Irish symbol, and is worn around the world to celebrate Ireland on St Patrick’s Day.


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