18" 10ct Gold Cable Chain
Bolt Ring Catch
Salute to the Shamrock
The name of the shamrock originates from the Gaelic word seamr’g which translates to “little clover” or “summer plant”. Irish legend decrees that when St. Patrick came to Ireland centuries ago to convert the pagans to Christianity he used the three leaves of the shamrock unified by a common stem to teach the concept of the Holy Trinity through Father Son and Holy Spirit are individual entities together they fully realize the all-knowing being of God. Over time the shamrock’s meaning has expanded to include the heralding of spring a season of rebirth and renewal.
Leaves of Faith and Dignity
One can imagine this refined handcrafted ornament as the showpiece of a woman’s wardrobe on a workday an evening of quiet connection with a loved one or a formal occasion such as a wedding or anniversary dinner. Most people associate the shamrock so closely with the shade of green that to see this Irish symbol in dazzling clarity shaped in white gold and accented with diamonds is staggering. Utterly distinct and angelic this pendant speaks powerfully of the owners high esteem for Ireland as well as for her royal tastes. She believes wholeheartedly in the nation’s cultural richness in literature faith and landscape as represented by this pendant.