It’s March and there are many events that are associated with the merry month of March. People usually are dreaming and thinking about the upcoming season called spring. People might also think about chocolate bunnies and pastel eggs for Easter and parsley, roasted eggs, and the Seder Plate for Passover. Plus, baseball fans might start thinking about the start of baseball season.
All of these events and holidays are good things to think about during March however the month of March is the month of wearing green, leprechauns, four leaf clovers, mint milkshakes, and corned beef and cabbage. This is because March is the month in which we celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. In fact, everybody is Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day. Moreover, it might surprise people but there is Irish jewelry that people often wear to illustrate their love of Ireland even if they aren’t Irish.
Both jewelry lovers and lovers of Ireland and all things Irish should know that patron saint jewelry is usually Irish. This is because the most famous patron saint is probably Saint Patrick from Ireland. It is also important to know that saint patron jewelry will bring people the luck of the Irish. Let’s look at some symbolic Irish jewelry that Saint Patrick would be proud to wear.
The Claddagh ring is a great Irish jewelry piece. Did you know that the Claddagh design dates back to 16th century Ireland? It was originally handcrafted by an Irish gold smith named Richard Joyce in the small fishing village of Claddagh. The beautiful and exquisite Irish symbol features two hands holding a crowned heart. Generally, the two hands symbolize friendship, the heart symbolizes love, and the crown symbolizes loyalty. It is very important to understand that the way that a Claddagh ring is worn indicates whether or not the wearer of the ring is available.