Double the royal symbolism in Shamrock and Thistle Sterling Silver Ring TRI1683
The plants in the name are the national symbols of Ireland and Scotland which hold deep significance in Celtic traditions. Throughout Celtic regions, thistle represents bravery, devotion, durability, strength and determination. It has come a long way with its delicate flower heads, sharp thorns, and its defiant ability to flourish.
The Ireland’s shamrock, on the other hand, is a charm against evil and is said to bring the bearer good luck. The Celts believed that everything important came in threes; the three dominions of the planet (the earth, the sky and the sea), the phases of the moon (half-moon, full moon, total eclipse), the three ages of man (birth, life and death), and of course, the Holy Trinity (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit).
Whether it’s for protection and luck, Peter Stone Jewelry affirms the great symbolism of the shamrock and thistle in one ring design. If you can get one life’s meaning, might as well wear the other one with you today and every day.