Enamel Green Shamrock Jewelry for St. Patrick's Day

Get ready to wear green all over on St. Patrick's Day with this cute set of enamel shamrock jewelry. Pick up this pair of dangle shamrock earrings and green shamrock lapel pin to make your St. Paddy's Day outfit complete!

The shamrock is a leaf from a clover plant. It is widely known as a symbol of Ireland; according to legend, St. Patrick himself used the three-leafed clover sprig as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity in Christianity.

Wearing green on St. Patrick's Day doesn't have to stop with your clothing. These green enamel jewelry accessories are a great way to add some special green bling to your look.

Green Shamrock Dangle Earrings St. Patricks Day Enamel Fashion Novelty Jewelry – Enamel and metal; Approxiamtely 3/4 in after the hook; Green shamrock; Fish hook wires; Fashions Novelty Jewelry. View on Amazon
PinMart Lucky Green Shamrock 3 Leaf Clover St. Patrick's Day Enamel Lapel Pin – Available as a single item or bulk packed. Select your quantity above.; Qty: 1 Pin; Our Shamrock Pin is die struck from jeweler’s metal, plated in... View on Amazon

Big Savings on Green Peridot Earrings

If you're looking for an elegant jewelry accessory to wear this St. Patrick's Day, check out this great deal on a pair of pretty peridot gemstone earrings. For a limited time you can save 84% off the regular retail price on this highly-rated jewelry!

Pretty Irish Lucky Four-Leaf Clover Jewelry

This is a pretty Irish crystal pendant and earring set for spring time, St. Patrick's Day, or any time you want your lucky Irish heritage to shine!

Pretty Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Necklace

This pretty piece of jewelry is perfect for Irish lasses or anyone that loves the Celtic Irish culture and design. It's a delicate Celtic knot made of sterling silver on an 18" chain.

Best Sellers for St. Patrick's Day 2015

Happy St. Patrick's Day! We hope you enjoy your day, whether you celebrate by marching in an Irish parade, or drinking your way through a pub crawl with your best pals, or having a traditional feast of corned beef and cabbage, or simply by wearing green on...