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Ceramic Spoon Rest With Irish Saying and Clover Design

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  • Made of Ceramic 
  • Dimensions: 8 ¾ “ L x 4 ¼ “ W 
  • Dishwasher Safe 
  • Designed in Ireland

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The Clover Spoon Rest is a charming relic of Irish pride that will make a nice housewarming gift or token of encouragement. The spoon rest is made of white ceramic and is decorated with four-leaf clovers of various sizes and shades of green. Although the three-leaf shamrock clover is a symbol of St. Patrick’s Day that is commonly called the Irish symbol of good fortune, it’s actually the four-leaf variation of the shamrock that should be recognized as lucky because of its rare occurrence.

The four leaves of the four-leaf clover also carry special significance: faith, hope, love, and luck. Inside the bowl of the spoon rest and encircled by four-leaf clovers is an old Irish blessing. This symbol of Irish pride is perfect to use during cooking to keep utensils organized and buffet-style dinners where multiple spoons are in use.


The Clover Spoon Rest is a charming relic of Irish pride that will make a nice housewarming gift or token of encouragement. The spoon rest is made of white ceramic and is decorated with four-leaf clovers of various sizes and shades of green. Although the three-leaf shamrock clover is a symbol of St. Patrick’s Day that is commonly called the Irish symbol of good fortune, it’s actually the four-leaf variation of the shamrock that should be recognized as lucky because of its rare occurrence.

The four leaves of the four-leaf clover also carry special significance: faith, hope, love, and luck. Inside the bowl of the spoon rest and encircled by four-leaf clovers is an old Irish blessing. This symbol of Irish pride is perfect to use during cooking to keep utensils organized and buffet-style dinners where multiple spoons are in use.


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