Here’s a Four Leaf Clover for You!

How do you celebrate St Patricks Day? Watching a parade? Wearing green? Eat beef or cabbage? Going to a pub? Or making Shamrock cookies? PinKixx is celebrating with Four Leaf Clover!

Today, four-leaf clovers are associated with St. Patrick’s Day, but they appear in centuries-old legends as symbols of good luck. The Druids (Celtic priests), in the early days of Ireland, believed that when they carried a three-leaf clover or shamrock, they could see evil spirits coming and have a chance to escape in time. Four-leaf clovers were Celtic charms, presumed to offer magical protection and ward off bad luck. Children in the Middle Ages believed if they carried a four-leaf clover, they would be able to see fairies, and the first literary reference to suggest their good fortune was made in 1620 by Sir John Melton.

gold clover bracelet for st patricks day gift

gold clover bracelet for st patricks day gift

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 Fun Facts about Four Leaf Clover:
  • There are approximately 10,000 three-leaf clovers for every “lucky” four-leaf clover.
  • There are no clover plants that naturally produce four leaves, which is why four-leaf clovers are so rare.
  • The leaves of four-leaf clovers are said to stand for faith, hope, love, and luck.
  • It’s often said that Ireland is home to more four-leaf clovers than any other place, giving meaning to the phrase “the luck of the Irish.”

Feel like getting a good luck charm of your own? Check out PinKixx’s Stylish Clover Jewelry here:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/217034493/four-leaf-clover-bracelet-lucky-charm
https://www.etsy.com/listing/217030884/silver-four-leaf-clover-necklace-modern
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PinKixx?section_id=14194031

Tell us your favorite things-to-do for St. Patricks Day in the comment! Have a happy St. Patricks Day!

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