Irish Celtic Four leafed clover and chain
Antique Silver Tone finish
Not to be confused wtih the 3 leaf Shamrock.
Folk tales say that four-leaf clovers granted the power to see fairies, or that they are related to St. Patrick's use of the shamrock to explain the Christian doctrine of the Holy Trinity to the Irish. Each leaf of the shamrock representing The Father, Son and Holy Ghost
The leaves of four-leaf clovers are said to stand for faith, hope, love, and luck.
It's often said that Ireland is home to more four-leaf clovers than any other place, giving meaning to the phrase "the luck of the Irish."
Four-leaf clovers were Celtic charms, presumed to offer magical protection and ward off bad luck. Children in the Middle Ages believed if they carried a four-leaf clover, they would be able to see fairies
The four leafed clover is used for luck by many companies today and indeed by Celtic Football club.