The St. Patrick's Day holiday is nearly here, and it's the perfect time to get into the spirit by wearing jewelry that shows off the luck of the Irish and the pot of gold placed by leprechauns at the end of every rainbow.
Favorite Irish Jewelry DesignsThe most enchanting designs for jewelry worn on St. Patrick's Day include lucky four leaf clovers, shamrocks, gold coins, and of course, the wearing of the green. If you are hunting for the perfect St. Patrick's Day jewelry gift for yourself or a loved one, here are some recommendations guaranteed to have you feeling lucky as well as well-dressed on March 17th.
Jewelry Symbolizing LuckA gold four clover leaf necklace dresses up any outfit, showcasing the color that leprechauns cherish. Another outstanding necklace choice emphasizing Celtic Tradition is a sterling silver necklace strung with green beads. Any Roberto Coin necklace makes a great keepsake gift that will be cherished for years to come.
Want something spectacular to dress up your hands-on St. Paddy's Day? A sterling silver four clover leaf symbolized simplicity and class. An emerald statement ring is the perfect choice for displaying the favorite color of the Emerald Isle.
And don't forget your ears! Copper four-clover dangling earrings are the perfect accessory for attending St. Patrick's Day parades or parties. The young-at-heart enjoy dangling leprechaun earrings, a great reminder to keep looking for that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Luck in Love
Jewelry using a four-leaf clover in its design symbolizes much more than good luck to those in the Celtic tradition. It also means luck in love, as well as being a charm against all harm. So any piece of jewelry incorporating four leaf clovers is a wonderful way to bestow double luck, either on yourself or a best friend. A four-leaf clover brooch looks great on an overcoat, beret or jacket and is a wonderful way to display your Celtic pride.
Wearing a Roberto Coin necklace, ring, brooch or earrings is the perfect way to show some Irish pride this St. Patrick's Day, and these pieces make the perfect gift for St. Patrick's holiday giving.