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Ireland Cork Placemat-Shamrock Green

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  • Ireland Cork Shamrock Placemat
  • Shamrock Gift Company Collection
  • Designed in Ireland

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Manufacturer:Shamrock Gift Company

For one-of-a-kind placemats that bring some Irish cheer to your dining décor, set your dining table place settings with this Ireland Cork Shamrock Placemat!

Unlike plain, rectangular-shaped placemats, this mat comes in a unique circular shape and is made of cork for a distinguished and rustic effect. Giving this mat some festive flair is a dark green emblem design that features a bold shamrock flower at the center labeled ‘Ireland’ in a charming Celtic script.

The shamrock is a well-known symbol of Ireland that is adored not only by the Irish but also by people all over the world. It is the national flower of Ireland, as well as a symbol of good fortune. Its history also goes way back to ancient Celtic times, during which the Celts believed that the shamrock had both healing and protective powers.

Later on, Saint Patrick used the shamrock’s three leaves to teach the Holy Trinity to Irish converts. Use these versatile placements at gatherings not only as placemats but also as stands for hot plates!

For one-of-a-kind placemats that bring some Irish cheer to your dining décor, set your dining table place settings with this Ireland Cork Shamrock Placemat!

Unlike plain, rectangular-shaped placemats, this mat comes in a unique circular shape and is made of cork for a distinguished and rustic effect. Giving this mat some festive flair is a dark green emblem design that features a bold shamrock flower at the center labeled ‘Ireland’ in a charming Celtic script.

The shamrock is a well-known symbol of Ireland that is adored not only by the Irish but also by people all over the world. It is the national flower of Ireland, as well as a symbol of good fortune. Its history also goes way back to ancient Celtic times, during which the Celts believed that the shamrock had both healing and protective powers.

Later on, Saint Patrick used the shamrock’s three leaves to teach the Holy Trinity to Irish converts. Use these versatile placements at gatherings not only as placemats but also as stands for hot plates!

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