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Ireland at your fingertips

Ireland at your fingertips

SKU: 4124058


This sterling silver ring with it shamrocks will be one you want to keep for life.

This piece holds the following.

In Irish folklore and mythology, there are several religious figures, spirits, and saints associated with wealth, blessings, and good fortune. Here are a few examples:

1. St. Columba also known as Colmcille, is one of the most revered saints in Irish history. He is associated with miracles, protection, and the blessing of prosperity. St. Columba is said to have performed many miracles during his lifetime and is considered a patron saint of poets, scholars, and rulers.

2.St. Brigid , St. Brigid, also known as Brigid of Kildare, is another prominent Irish saint known for her acts of charity, healing, and protection. St. Brigid is associated with various miracles, including the multiplication of food and the blessing of abundance and prosperity.

3. St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, is well-known for bringing Christianity to the island and for driving out snakes. In Irish folklore, St. Patrick is also associated with blessings, protection, and the granting of good fortune to those who honor him.

4. Holy Wells, In Ireland, there are many holy wells dedicated to various saints and associated with healing, blessings, and prosperity. Pilgrimages to these wells are a common practice among the Irish people seeking spiritual guidance, healing, and blessings for wealth and good fortune. This ring has made its round of wells.

5. Angels and Guardian Spirits, In Irish religious beliefs, angels and guardian spirits are thought to watch over and protect individuals, guiding them towards prosperity and blessings. These celestial beings are believed to intercede on behalf of humans and bring divine favor.

These below are not religious figures but are powerhouses!

1. Bean Sidhe.The Banshee is a female spirit in Irish folklore known for her keening wail that foretells death. However, she is also believed to bring good fortune to certain families, warning them of impending danger and protecting their wealth.

2. The Glaistig is a supernatural being in Scottish and Irish folklore that is often depicted as a beautiful woman with the lower body of a goat. She is said to guard cattle and treasure, and can bring both prosperity and misfortune to those she encounters.

3.Selkie. While more commonly found in Scottish folklore, Selkies are also present in Irish mythology. These seal-like creatures have the ability to transform into humans and are often associated with luck, wealth, and protection at sea.

4. The Dobhar-chú is a mythical creature resembling a large otter or dog that is said to inhabit Irish lakes. While known for its ferocity, some legends suggest that the Dobhar-chú guards hidden treasures and brings good luck to those who respect its domain.

5.Merrows, or Irish merfolk, are creatures with the upper body of a human and the lower body of a fish. In addition to their association with the sea, Merrows are sometimes believed to possess magical treasures and bring good fortune to those they favor.

These are the ones sitting and bonded to this ring waiting for your activation!

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