Crystal Fairy & Irish Shamrock Necklace - Sterling Silver and crafted in Dublin, Ireland.
- Made in Dublin, Ireland by Solvar Jewelry
- Beautiful blue and white crystal & sterling silver fairy and shamrock necklace.
- Size - approximately ½” wide and 1” long
- Includes an 18" silver link chain with spring ring clasp
- The good luck charms of good luck charms
- Comes with hard sided gift box
The Fairy Symbol
Faie became Modern English fay. Faierie became fairy, but with that spelling now almost exclusively referring to one of the legendary people, with the same meaning as fay. The word "fairy" was used to in represent an illusion, or enchantment; the land of the Faes'.
The Shamrock Symbol
In ancient times, a tiny three-leafed plant bloomed far and wide and laid a carpet of green all over the limestone hills of Ireland. The druids knew the Shamrock has mystical powers. To them its three leaves were a natural sign of a sacred number. This little plant was even said to warn of an approaching storm by turning up its leaves.
According to legend, St Patrick himself plucked a Shamrock from the ground to explain his belief in the Trinity. They say this helped convert the Irish people to Christianity. Many believed that wearing this little green sprig of green would keep them from harm.
Over the centuries that have elapsed since then, the Shamrock has become an instantly recognisable emblem of the Emerald Isle.
Solvar Jewelry Made in Ireland
Solvar has designed and produced exquisitely crafted jewelry for over 75 years. Solvar Ltd., a family-owned Irish company established in 1941 and based in the heart of Dublin, Ireland, has evolved into a leader in the design and manufacture of destination and heritage jewelry. With over seven decades of tradition and experience in the jewelry business, Solvar has a strong commitment to quality, design & workmanship to the highest standards.
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Beautiful little piece, very happy with the item and service from irish rose