18" 10ct Gold Cable Chain
Bolt Ring Catch
The term shamrock comes from the Irish word “seamr’g” which is a version of the Irish word for “little clover. But these little triple-lobed clovers have had and still do have big impact. Their most common fame stems from their role in helping St. Patrick to teach pagans the three-fold concept of the Holy Trinity back in the 5th century. In the late 1700s the shamrock was a symbol of rebellion worn by the Irish regiments to show solidarity against the English crown. Today the national airline of Ireland Aer Lingus features a shamrock as an emblem on their aircrafts. Shamrocks are also the only remedy for reversing the tricky spells of leprechauns.
Three-Spirited and Worldly
As whimsical as the legends of the shamrock may seem these plants can possess deeper more spiritual meanings to those who wear them. The woman who finds herself romanced by this spectacular pendant not only appreciates the upscale addition to her accessory collection but also likes to attribute her own significance to the triad of leaves in each clover. Perhaps with this pendant she acknowledges the three people in her immediate family or three children or three fulfilling interests or three guiding virtues in her life. Perhaps she respects the religious association with the clover and regards each lobe as representative of either the Father Son or Holy Spirit. No matter her reasoning for wearing the shamrocks however this piece of jewelry designates the owner as a refined and worldly person.