As part of Mise Éire 1916, the Shamrock represents Ireland and the right to our own Nation. The wee silver heart in its' centre, represents the love and the fire of freedom that burned in the hearts of all who fought in the Easter Rising of 1916.
The wee shamrock is a classic Irish icon, which is recognised the world over. Many view it as a symbol of luck, something the Irish have always been credited for!
St. Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, used the Shamrock to explain the mystery of the Holy Trinity to the native Irish, back in the 5th century. Its' three leaves represent Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, three deities in one.
This sterling silver shamrock comes complete with a smaller silver heart nestled in the centre, hung on an 18" sterling silver chain.
Size 12mm X 15mm
Sterling silver with 14ct gold detailing on an 18" chain, this pendant remembers the events of Ireland 1916. I decided to go with symbols to remember these brave warriors who gave their lives...
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St Patrick came to Ireland in the 5th century from Roman Britain, and he used the humble wee Shamrock to illustrate the mystery of The Holy Trinity - The Father,...