Leprechaun & Pot O’ Gold Charm Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver Leprechaun & Pot O’ Gold Charm. A wonderful addition to that fantasy-themed jewelry collection. The high quality, made in the USA, 1/2″ x 3/4″, 3-D charm.
Bring the best-looking lucky leprechaun charm to your jewelry creations with Xinar.com’s Leprechaun & Pot O’ Gold sterling silver charm.
This is a highly-detailed fantasy/elemental charm that you can add to any bracelet edit or necklace to enhance your design’s focal points. This lucky leprechaun charm is a 3D silver casting from one of the best silver casters in the US. Our 925 sterling silver charms are sourced domestically, and you are guaranteed that the charms you’re buying are lead-free and nickel-free.
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Where Did Leprechauns Come From?
While we conceive fairies as mythical creatures, belief in them and other nearly related animals were popular in Ireland. This is why this symbol has become so ingrained in Irish society.
Leprechauns have grown connected with anything green throughout the years, and they are now frequently represented as older men wearing a green hat and coat, wearing buckled boots, and smoking a pipe. This was not always the case, though. It might be shocking to many folks that leprechauns were first shown in red and were assumed to be dressed in this hue for many years.
They’ve morphed into the green-clad gentlemen we’ve come to know and love over time. There is speculation about the color green’s widespread popularity in Ireland. This is partly due to its prominent placement on the Irish flag and its common appellation, the Emerald Isle. Green has been connected with leprechauns and St. Patrick’s Day for whatever reason. According to legend, there are no female leprechauns, and their improbable origins only contribute to their mystical and mysterious traits.