Leprechaun with a Flute Charm Sterling Silver Xinar.com
Bring home the Irish’s magic, luck, and lore with Xinar.com’s silver Leprechaun with a Flute charm. Xinar’s Christmas charm is steeped with the goodness of European festivities (and also, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations because why not?). Nobody said that Christmas has to be exclusive with its magical creatures, right? This well-detailed silver leprechaun charm is well-balanced and would be a good fit for just about any fantasy design or holiday-inspired concept. This is a perfect, three-dimensional casting by an excellent silver caster in the US.
For generations, the mythological creatures are known as “leprechauns” have occurred in Irish folklore. But, unfortunately, it took a long time for the pot of gold to appear. St. Patrick’s Day is observed every year on March 17th in Ireland and around the world. Parades, shamrocks, and costumes and leprechauns are all part of the festivities. These little gentlemen are an essential element of Irish history and culture and a significant component of this unique festival.
The legend has long been a popular part of Irish folklore. They are typically recognized as relatives of the fairy family. Hence they are thought to be a part of another famous piece of folklore. Legends of tiny water-dwellers began to circulate among the Celts in the eighth century, and tales about these microscopic creatures appeared. Their name is assumed to stem from the Spanish “luchorpán,” which means “little body,” which makes sense given that they are just 2-3 feet tall.
They are known as the fairy world’s cobblers, and their title is derived from the old term “‘leath bhrogan,” which means “shoemaker.” It is through this profession that they can obtain their famous gold pots. While we conceive fairies as mythical creatures, faith in them and other nearly related fairies was prevalent in Ireland.
• Purity -925 Silver Charm
• Size 3/8 x 7/8″
• Weight 3.4 grams
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included