Irish Jewelry – Four Leaf Clover Good Luck Charm

The word shamrock comes from the Irish word "seamrog" which means "little clover".The shamrock was traditionally used for its medical properties and was a popular motif in Victorian times. A four-leaf clover is a lucky clover, a sign of good luck. It is believed that a lucky clover occurs only once in about 10,000 shamrocks. Many people confuse the four- leaf clover with the traditional Irish Shamrock which has only three leaves.

It is believed that St, Patrick used a Shamrock to teach the Irish people about Christianity The three leaf represents the Holy Trinity – The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit. If an extra leaf is found. It stand for God's grace. While everyone associates the lucky clover with Saint Patrick's Day. The good luck clover origins are actually thousands of years older. In the Old Testament of the bible, Eve is said to have picked a lucky clover from the Garden of Eden for good luck. In Celtic tradition the lucky clover protected them against malevolent spirits. while the Druids considered find it an omen of good things to come. Other popular interpretation is said to stand for faith, hope, love, and luck or fame, health, wealth and love.

Lucky clover has magic to attract all things positive. It is blessed with good luck and fortune. It make a great Irish jewelry gift such as four-leaf clover pendant, bracelet, necklace chain and earrings. They are attractive and lucky. A great gift welcome by any Irish man or woman.

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