Be lucky in this shamrock sarong. The shamrock, a symbol of the whole of Ireland and a registered trademark of the Republic of Ireland is a three-leafed old white clover. The shamrock was traditionally used for its medical properties and was a popular motif in Victorian times. It is also a common way to represent St. Patrick's Day, a holiday celebrated on March 17. Shamrocks are said to bring good luck. The triquetra is often used artistically as a design element when Celtic knotwork is used. Many who identify as Modern Celts may use the symbol to display an identification with Celtic culture. Sarong measures approximately 66 x 44 inches (168 cm x 112 cm) on fringed lightweight rayon. Want ideas on how to tie a sarong? Click here: Sarong Ties and Uses. Photo is close to actual size. Please note color, size, and design will vary due to the handmade nature of this item.
Celtic Mens Sarong "Shamrock Trinity" Green
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