St Patrick medal “Apostle of Ireland” pendant necklace, Shamrock mens medal, St Patrick tile medallion, Sterling silver 925 Irish medallion
Original, unique design beautiful details and amazing artwork
Excellent new condition men's pendant, stamped 925, handmade
Intricately detailed lines and antique, rustic finish all around.
Jewelry making 1-3 business days
Height 48 mm, width 29 mm, for chain up to 6 mm.
weight around 17-18 grams
St Patrick medal, Saint Patrick “Apostle of Ireland” pendant, Shamrock mens medal, St Patrick Tile medallion, Sterling silver 925, Irish orthogonal charm
There is an options to choose only St Patrick medal or pendant with silver chain on common price. The price is different for every chain length and type chain. 1. Polished Anchor chain width 4.5mm. - 600mm/23.62''/ and 650mm/25,60"/. Weight 19,00 - 21,00g depends on the length. 2. Oxidized Anchor chain width 4.5mm. - 600mm/23.62''/ and 650mm/25,60"/. Weight 19,00 - 21,00g depends on the length. 3. Oxidized Rope chain width 5.0mm. - 500mm /19.70''/ and 550mm /21.70"/. Weight: around 16.50 grams - 18.50 grams, depends on the length.
The medallion symbolized Saint Patrick was a fifth-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. Known as the “Apostle of Ireland”, he is the primary patron saint of Ireland. He is venerated in the Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion, the Lutheran Churches, the Old Catholic Church, and the Eastern Orthodox Church people regard him as the founder of Christianity in Ireland. Saint Patrick’s Day is observed on 17 March.
On the pendant, there are two very emblematic symbols: One, Celtic cross with shamrock, The Irish Celtic Cross is a symbol that conjures up all the mystery of the Dark Ages. It is also a popular symbol of faith, whether the belief is pagan, Christian or of any other religion. But perhaps it is most widely known as a powerful symbol of Irish heritage. The other one is the shamrock. It is the most common symbol of Ireland. Worldwide, the tender, three-leaf plant used by St Patrick to illustrate the presence of God in the natural world, is instantly recognized as a kind of logo for Irish culture.
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