WHY WE LOVE ITEach ornament hangs by a plaited gold cord.
The Irish Harp, dating back to the 12th century, and made famous by bards such as Turlough O'Carolan, the blind harpist and composer, was adopted by Ireland as its national symbol. Measures 3.9'' X 2.4''.
The three leafed shamrock was used by St. Patrick to explain the Holy Trinity when he brought Christianity to Ireland in the 5th Century A.D. and ever since, March 17th is celebrated as St. Patrick's day. The Shamrock hanging ornament measures 3.5'' X 3.5''.
The Claddagh Ring, symbolising love, friendship, and loyalty, was first used as a wedding ring over 400 years ago in the tiny fishing village 'The Claddagh' in Galway city, Ireland. Measures 3.5'' X 3.9".
The High Cross ornament, which depicts an important symbol in Irish Christianity, measures 3.9'' X 2.8''.