Keepsake jewellery brand Pandora have launched a new lucky charm ahead of St Patrick’s Day next week.
The cultural event celebrates the patron saint of Ireland, with the shamrock being a recognised symbol of the country.
Ahead of March 17, Pandora has revealed a special four-left clover charm, symbolising love, hope, faith and luck.
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Pandora said: “Pandora’s ‘Four-Leaf Clover’ charm is the perfect gift for those celebrating this St Patrick’s Day, crafted with sparkling green pavé crystals against a shining sterling silver. Each leaf forms a heart in the clover, with the back covered in micro-beads for a reversible design.”
The charm - compatible with the ME range - is £19 and the brand suggests wearing it as ‘a reminder to achieve your goals’.
But it’s not the only lucky four-leaf clover charm that Pandora stock. In fact, it seems there’s one to suit every budget.
The luck and courage charm comes in at £25 and the button shaped charm is engraved with the words ‘love’ and ‘courage’. Made with sterling silver, it features a cut-out lucky clover that lends a peek to the bracelet it is threaded on.
For the same price, the heart and clover charm is a heart shaped silver charm engraved with the words ‘lucky to have you’, with a raised 3D clover on the upper right-hand side.
On the reverse side, it reads ‘mum’ - and with Mother’s Day also coming up this month, it could make a wonderful gift for someone with Irish roots.
For £45, shoppers can buy the clover, horseshoe and ladybird three-sided charm for the ultimate good luck talisman. Or there’s the clover and ladybird dangle charm which is hand-finished in sterling silver and 14k rose gold-plating.
The lucky four-leaf clover is detailed with a blush-pink ladybird and the engraving "Love makes life extraordinary!"
Another dangle charm is the lucky four-leaf clover for £50, which features a horseshoe on the reverse, with a £55 alternative donning green gems in the centre.
Last month, the retailer launched a collaboration with Marvel, with a 19-piece collection inspired by superheroes.
Prices start at £35 for the Marvel The Avengers Iron Man Arc Reactor charm, with the most expensive item in the release costing £160 - a Marvel charm gift set.
Each one is extremely detailed, with recognisable markings and signature symbols that represent the superheroes.
Marvel fanatics can sport their own Infinity Stones Ring for £80, symbolising the most ‘coveted objects in the universe’. The inside of the band is engraved with each stone's corresponding power: space, reality, power, soul, mind and time.