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GENUINE 4 leaf clovers

They were grown from seed on a farm as finding them in the wild was just too chancey. Dried and pressed onto Mother of Pearl and then lacquered over for preservation and protection. Original item from the late 40's! They made it this far so with reasonable care they should last another 50 years. You are living dangerously not buying these! For resellers this is an easy sale, especially when the lottery goes over 5 million! Use any way you like, for necklaces (just add a chain), bracelets (hang off the bracelet), earrings (you can see how), even keychains. Everyone needs a little luck now and again and the 4 leaf clover is the thing to bring it. We all know that.
A great Fund-Raiser many possibilities, so little time! These are real 4 leaf clovers.

Full of symbolism, this plant has mystical roots, in Ireland they are called Shamrocks. Shamrocks have been symbolic of many things over the years. According to legend, the shamrock was a sacred plant to the Druids of Ireland because its leaves formed a triad, and three was a mystical number in the Celtic religion, as in many others. St. Patrick used the shamrock in the 5th century to illustrate the doctrine of the Holy Trinity as he introduced Christianity to Ireland.

"Wearin' o' the green"

The shamrock became symbolic in other ways as time went on. In the 19th century it became a symbol of rebellion, and anyone wearing it risked death by hanging. It was this period that spawned the phrase "the wearin' o' the green". Today, the shamrock is the most recognized symbol of the Irish, especially on St. Patrick's Day, when all over the world, everyone is Irish for a day!

The original Irish shamrock (traditionally spelled seamróg, which means "summer plant") is said by many authorities to be none other than white clover, a common lawn weed originally native to Ireland. It is a vigorous, rhizomatous, stem-rooting perennial with three leaves. Occasionally, a fourth leaflet will appear, making a "four-leaf clover," said to bring good luck to the person who finds and wears it. Recognizing the potential of selling many clovers IF they had four leaves, a group of horticulturists set out to breed the 4-leaf clover en masse in the early 1940's. These pieces are from that endeavor. Now it is not necessary to seek out your own 4 leaf clover in a field of millions, your odds of finding one being very slim indeed! Here you can just order them and bring the Luck 'O the Irish right to your doorstep.

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Two Styles, framed pendants with a bale already attached, front is covered by a protective acrylic covering. Pink or Blue, "Lucky" or "Forever" imprinted on these smaller 4 leaf clover pendants. Just add a chain for simplicity or get as elaborate as you care to get. Sold by color and saying, ergo we have 4 choices, and the 5th choice is to buy them all assorted. These are about an inch long, in case you were wondering! 3pcs of either color and saying is $6, then if you buy all 4 assorted, 24 pcs, 6 of each, it is $36. These are real 4 leaf clovers and are all sold Final Sale.

How come one match can start a forest fire but it takes a whole box to start a barbecue?----Asks the King


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