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Gift From Ireland Spinner Keyring-Tricolour Shamrock

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  • Gift From Ireland Spinner Tricolour Shamrock Keyring
  • Shamrock Gift Company Collection
  • Designed in Ireland

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Manufacturer:Shamrock Gift Company

For a fun way to show off the Irish national flag, add this Gift From Ireland Spinner Tricolour Shamrock Keyring to your keyring set!

This metal keyring boasts a silver-toned, polished shine, and it comes in a distinguished circular medallion design with a decorative border that displays “LUCKY IRISH SHAMROCK” at the top, “IRELAND” at the bottom, and two sprightly green shamrocks at the sides.

Inside of the circle is a spinning shamrock, the national flower of Ireland, and it is painted in sparkly colored glitter in the colors of the Irish flag. The Irish flag is also called the Irish tricolor, and it was first flown on March 7, 1848 by Thomas Francis Meagher in the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848.

It was a present to Meagher from a group of French women who supported the Irish efforts, with the flag symbolizing hope for unity between Protestants and Roman Catholics. The green stripe represents the Roman Catholics, the orange stripe signifies the Protestants, and the white stripe stands for the lasting peace between the two faiths.

Make this meaningful keyring a souvenir for yourself or a friend!

For a fun way to show off the Irish national flag, add this Gift From Ireland Spinner Tricolour Shamrock Keyring to your keyring set!

This metal keyring boasts a silver-toned, polished shine, and it comes in a distinguished circular medallion design with a decorative border that displays “LUCKY IRISH SHAMROCK” at the top, “IRELAND” at the bottom, and two sprightly green shamrocks at the sides.

Inside of the circle is a spinning shamrock, the national flower of Ireland, and it is painted in sparkly colored glitter in the colors of the Irish flag. The Irish flag is also called the Irish tricolor, and it was first flown on March 7, 1848 by Thomas Francis Meagher in the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848.

It was a present to Meagher from a group of French women who supported the Irish efforts, with the flag symbolizing hope for unity between Protestants and Roman Catholics. The green stripe represents the Roman Catholics, the orange stripe signifies the Protestants, and the white stripe stands for the lasting peace between the two faiths.

Make this meaningful keyring a souvenir for yourself or a friend!

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