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Irish Flag Lapel Pin

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  • Irish Flag Lapel Pin
  • Shamrock Gift Company Collection
  • Designed in Ireland

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Manufacturer:Shamrock Gift Company

Proudly express your devotion to your native country of Ireland in a sophisticated way with this Irish Flag Lapel Pin!

This pin is a miniature replica of the Irish flag, also known as the Irish tricolor. It is designed in the shape of a flag rippling in the air, beautifully showing off the vertical stipes of green, white, and orange in a glossy finish with a radiant gold trim that gives the pin a distinguished look.

This Irish flag was waved for the first time on March 7, 1848 in Waterford City by Thomas Francis Meagher in the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848. The flag was originally a gift to Meagher from a group of French women who supported the Irish efforts, and it symbolized hope for unity between the Protestants and Roman Catholics.

The green stripe at the hoist represents the Roman Catholics, the orange stripe at the opposite end symbolizes the Protestants, and the white stripe in the center symbolizes the peace between the two faiths.

Make this lapel pin a festive yet elegant part of your formal looks!

Proudly express your devotion to your native country of Ireland in a sophisticated way with this Irish Flag Lapel Pin!

This pin is a miniature replica of the Irish flag, also known as the Irish tricolor. It is designed in the shape of a flag rippling in the air, beautifully showing off the vertical stipes of green, white, and orange in a glossy finish with a radiant gold trim that gives the pin a distinguished look.

This Irish flag was waved for the first time on March 7, 1848 in Waterford City by Thomas Francis Meagher in the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848. The flag was originally a gift to Meagher from a group of French women who supported the Irish efforts, and it symbolized hope for unity between the Protestants and Roman Catholics.

The green stripe at the hoist represents the Roman Catholics, the orange stripe at the opposite end symbolizes the Protestants, and the white stripe in the center symbolizes the peace between the two faiths.

Make this lapel pin a festive yet elegant part of your formal looks!

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