The Jewelry Insider

March 17, 2010

You don’t have to have the luck of the Irish to glitter this St. Patrick’s┬áDay. Clover jewelry is always in fashion, and Jewelry.com has a treasure chest full of the lucky gems.

Clover jewelry is always in fashion, and Jewelry.com has a treasure chest full of the lucky gems. Need a little clover history? According to Irish tradition, the shamrock, or three-leaf clover, represents the Holy Trinity: one leaf for the Father, one for the Son and one for the Holy Spirit. When a shamrock is found with the fourth leaf, it represents God’s grace. Clovers also occupied a position in the cultural life of the early Irish people. White clover, in particular, was held in high esteem by the Celts as a charm against evil spirits, and the Druids began the tradition of four-leaf clovers as a sign of luck. Today, both three and four-leaf clover shapes are popular jewelry choices for women who want to add a little flair to their basic jewelry wardrobes.

Celebrities like Heidi Klum designed her line around the popular shape, and all of Jewelry.com’s Diamond Partners carry a variety of clover jewelry options – from diamond designs to gemstone styles in every color of the rainbow.

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