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St. Patrick's Day Gifts

We all know his name, but who exactly was the famous St. Patrick? Born in the 5th century in Roman Britain, he was kidnapped and enslaved, ending up in Ireland. Now, he’s the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland, often believed to be the bringer of Christianity to the country. Every March 17th (the day he died), the Irish, Irish descendants, and general bon vivants across the globe celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Originally a religious feast day, the holiday is now an international festival celebrating Irish culture with giant parades, dancing, corned beef and cabbage, beer and the color green. Shamrock Gift is here to help you buy an appropriate gift for this most Irish of days. We have a truly eclectic collection of presents: whether you’re looking for a silly gag gift for St. Paddy’s Day or something upscale and luxe, we’ve got you covered! Practically synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day or anything even remotely associated with Ireland is the shamrock. The shamrock has a long history with Ireland that goes as far back to ancient Celtic times. Well before the time of Saint Patrick, Druids believed that the flower’s three leaves represented the three forms of the Triple Goddess: mother, maiden, and wise woman. They also believed the shamrock could ward off evil spirits and danger. Celts also revered the three-leaf design of the flower because the number three had significance in Celtic culture. In later years, the shamrock was associated with Saint Patrick because he used the flower’s three heart-shaped leaves to explain the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit of the Holy Trinity in Christianity. On a spirited day like St. Patrick’s Day, proudly displaying the national Irish flag is a must, whether it be with an actual flag or items like the Irish Adult Tri Colour Cap. Also known as the Irish tricolor, the national flag of the Republic of Ireland is marked by its three vertical stripes of Kelly green, white, and orange. This flag was flown for the first time on March 7, 1848 in Waterford City by Thomas Francis Meagher during the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848. The flag was a gift to Meagher from a group of French women who supported the Irish efforts and 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 Protestant minority, and the white stripe in the middle signifies the lasting peace between the two denominations. One amusing character that is commonly seen around St. Paddy’s day on t-shirts, socks, and trinkets is the Irish leprechaun. Leprechauns are naughty little beings from Irish fairy tales that make shoes and gather gold coins in pots that they hide at the end of a rainbow. According to folklore, if a person captures the leprechaun, then the leprechaun will grant his captor three wishes if he sets him free. No St. Paddy’s Day celebration is complete without some authentic Irish beer like Guinness beer! Known as a household name that is enjoyed all over the world, Guinness beer started making history on December 31st, 1759. That was the day that the beer founder, Arthur Guinness, signed an astounding 9,000-year lease at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland. This brewery is where Guinness beer is still made today. Marked by its grand black entrance gate that displays the Guinness name and harp logo in radiant gold lettering, the antique-style light posts that flank the gate, and the weathered brick road leading to the gate, St. James’s Gate Brewery is a historic landmark in Ireland that many visit today. Whether you want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, recognize another Irish holiday, or just express your Irish pride anytime of the year, you have a wide range of choices for decorative apparel, accessories, and souvenirs that will show everyone you see that you fervently love the Emerald Isle!
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We all know his name, but who exactly was the famous St. Patrick? Born in the 5th century in Roman Britain, he was kidnapped and enslaved, ending up in Ireland. Now, he’s the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland, often believed to be the bringer of Christianity to the country. Every March 17th (the day he died), the Irish, Irish descendants, and general bon vivants across the globe celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Originally a religious feast day, the holiday is now an international festival celebrating Irish culture with giant parades, dancing, corned beef and cabbage, beer and the color green. Shamrock Gift is here to help you buy an appropriate gift for this most Irish of days. We have a truly eclectic collection of presents: whether you’re looking for a silly gag gift for St. Paddy’s Day or something upscale and luxe, we’ve got you covered!
Practically synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day or anything even remotely associated with Ireland is the shamrock. The shamrock has a long history with Ireland that goes as far back to ancient Celtic times. Well before the time of Saint Patrick, Druids believed that the flower’s three leaves represented the three forms of the Triple Goddess: mother, maiden, and wise woman. They also believed the shamrock could ward off evil spirits and danger. Celts also revered the three-leaf design of the flower because the number three had significance in Celtic culture. In later years, the shamrock was associated with Saint Patrick because he used the flower’s three heart-shaped leaves to explain the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit of the Holy Trinity in Christianity.
On a spirited day like St. Patrick’s Day, proudly displaying the national Irish flag is a must, whether it be with an actual flag or items like the Irish Adult Tri Colour Cap. Also known as the Irish tricolor, the national flag of the Republic of Ireland is marked by its three vertical stripes of Kelly green, white, and orange. This flag was flown for the first time on March 7, 1848 in Waterford City by Thomas Francis Meagher during the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848. The flag was a gift to Meagher from a group of French women who supported the Irish efforts and 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 Protestant minority, and the white stripe in the middle signifies the lasting peace between the two denominations.
One amusing character that is commonly seen around St. Paddy’s day on t-shirts, socks, and trinkets is the Irish leprechaun. Leprechauns are naughty little beings from Irish fairy tales that make shoes and gather gold coins in pots that they hide at the end of a rainbow. According to folklore, if a person captures the leprechaun, then the leprechaun will grant his captor three wishes if he sets him free.
No St. Paddy’s Day celebration is complete without some authentic Irish beer like Guinness beer! Known as a household name that is enjoyed all over the world, Guinness beer started making history on December 31st, 1759. That was the day that the beer founder, Arthur Guinness, signed an astounding 9,000-year lease at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland. This brewery is where Guinness beer is still made today. Marked by its grand black entrance gate that displays the Guinness name and harp logo in radiant gold lettering, the antique-style light posts that flank the gate, and the weathered brick road leading to the gate, St. James’s Gate Brewery is a historic landmark in Ireland that many visit today.
Whether you want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, recognize another Irish holiday, or just express your Irish pride anytime of the year, you have a wide range of choices for decorative apparel, accessories, and souvenirs that will show everyone you see that you fervently love the Emerald Isle!
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