Silver Plated Communion & Confirmation Pearl & Cross Kids Bracelet



■ Silver-Plated Kids Bracelet: Plated with durable and shiny silver, the Celtic Cross & Shamrock elements of the bracelet are sure to turn heads and impress. 

■ Pearl String: The bracelet incorporates pearls, a sign of purity, balance, and inner wisdom, making sure to bring a touch of elegance to any outfit. 

■ Celtic and Irish Symbolism: The Celtic Cross represents the hope the Celts had, while the Shamrock is an Irish symbol of Christian religious belief, suggestive of the Holy Trinity. 

■ Lobster Claw Catch: The bracelet has a lobster claw closing mechanism, a width of 5.71 inches, and a height of 0.16 inches. 

■ Perfect Gift for Any Occasion: While made to mark this special moment of communion, this bracelet is meaningful and a wonderful gift for any special occasion. 

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Communion is a special milestone in a young woman’s life, and what better gift to offer her in this big step in her walk of faith than this Silver Plated Communion Pearl Cross Bracelet? The string of pearls represents purity, balance, and inner wisdom, making the bracelet not only elegant and refined but also symbolical as it holds a deeper meaning.
Plated with silver, the shamrock and Celtic Cross detailing on the bracelet are durable, shiny, and rust-resistant, providing long-lasting use. The Celtic Cross is a beautiful representation of faith, as well as a true reflection of the hope the Celts had. The four arms of the Celtic Cross are said to represent the four directions and the four elements of Water, Air, Fire, and Earth. The Shamrock holds special meaning to the Irish, as St. Patrick used its three leaves to explain the Holy Trinity, each of them representing the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. This Celtic Bracelet also features a lobster claw catch, which is easy to use and will make sure the bracelet does not fall off.
This Silver Plated Pearl Communion Bracelet is the perfect gift for any young lady who has taken the next step in her faith and wants to show off her devotion to God and her Celtic roots.