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St. Patrick's Collection

All St. Patrick's Collection Jewelry is made of
the finest quality 0.925 Sterling Silver.

                                                                                                   

 

The Leprechaun
Pin/Pendant
The Leprechaun is an Irish fairy
who looks like a small, old man
(about 2 feet tall).  Often dressed
like a shoemaker, with a cocked
hat and a leather apron, Leprechauns
tend to be aloof and unfriendly, living
alone and passing the time by making
shoes.  According to legend, they
each possess a hidden pot of gold.

This is a pin and pendant
in one!

1 1/8" W x 1 3/8" H

PRICE QTY
$26.95  

 

 

 

Scotch on the Rocks
Pendant
Bagpipes are not unique to Scotland.
References to forms of the bagpipe
date as far back as 2,500 years
by the Greeks.  The first British
reference is to a Northhumberland
pipe made around 1200.  Various
forms of bagpipe have evolved in
countries as diverse as India,
Russia, North Africa and Spain.
It is believed that the instrument
was brought to Scotland either
by the Roman legions or by the
Celts.  Used by the Scottish for
military music, the Scottish
bagpipe is unique in having
three drones.


3/4" W x 1 5/8" H
 
PRICE QTY
$22.95  

 

 

 

Bagpipes
Pendant
Bagpipes are not unique to Scotland.
References to forms of the bagpipe
date as far back as 2,500 years
by the Greeks.  The first British
reference is to a Northhumberland
pipe made around 1200.  Various
forms of bagpipe have evolved in
countries as diverse as India,
Russia, North Africa and Spain.
It is believed that the instrument
was brought to Scotland either
by the Roman legions or by the
Celts.  Used by the Scottish for
military music, the Scottish
bagpipe is unique in having
three drones.


1" W x 1 5/8" H
 
PRICE QTY
$29.95  



The Irish Dancer
Pendant
There is some evidence that some
of the first practitioners of Irish dance
were the Druids, who danced in
religious rituals honoring the oak
tree and the sun.  Traces of their
circular dances survive in the ring
dances of today.  Three principal
Irish dances were mentioned in
16th Century writing: the Irish
Hey, the Rinnce Fada (long
dance) and the Trenchmore.
In 1569, Sir Henry Sydney
wrote to Queen Elizabeth I
to describe the girls he saw
dancing enthusiastic jigs in
Galway: "They are very
beautiful, magnificently
dressed and first class
dancers."


5/8" W x 1 1/2" H
 
PRICE QTY
$22.95  

                                                                                                   


 

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