Leprechaun on Mushroom Charm Sterling Silver
This a Sterling Silver Leprechaun on Mushroom Charm. A wonderful addition to that fantasy-themed jewelry. The highest quality casting, made in the USA, 3/8″ x 13/16″, 3-D charm. Feedback received on this charm includes beautiful quality, well detailed, fantastic detail & workmanship.
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What Are The Symbols of the Leprechaun?
The Leprechaun’s Pot O’ Gold
The famed pot of gold is an integral part of the leprechaun legend. They are well-known for possessing and hoarding their prized pots, which they usually hide at the end of a rainbow. Unfortunately, this means that people must catch them to discover this fortune, as the end of this natural event is impossible to pinpoint.
Symbols of Good Fortune
According to the legend of the leprechaun, trapping these small critters will bring you good luck as well as three wishes. As a result, they’ve become associated with “Irish luck,” which is one of the reasons they’re still so popular today.
Many people seeking riches also want to get their hands on their gold, but beware: these small men are notorious for being con artists. Humans are supposed to be deceived by them, and they serve as a warning against greed. Some even say that they hide their money to attract naïve victims and that when they give their captors three wishes, they often lead them astray.
Sounds and Sights
Keep an ear out as they may often be heard tapping their tiny cobbler hammer in the distance, signaling that they are approaching. They’re also known for dancing to traditional Irish music and even playing instruments while executing a short jig.