Hello March!! Celebrate Irish With March Birthstone.
The month of March is here. Hellooooo March!! All eyes turn to Ireland as we celebrate our patron saint Patrick. Around the world, the Irish, the descendants of Irish immigrants and therefore the Irish for a day are all decked out in green. Enjoying the music and beverages of Ireland.
But St. Patrick isn’t the only one with a special day in March. As we celebrate the emerald isle, few are also celebrating with March birthstone Sterling Silver Claddagh Ring. Representing love, friendship, and loyalty. The Claddagh ring is a popular gift for loved ones, family, and friends.
Moreover, the symbol is rooted in an Irish legend that tells the tale of a young fisherman from the village of Claddagh.
At sea, he was captured by pirates and forced to work as a slave. All the while dreaming of his love back home, the young fisherman managed to seize a small piece of gold. He fashioned it into the Claddagh design, a heart clasped by two hands and adorned with a crown representing love, friendship, and loyalty. When the young fisherman was finally able to return to Ireland he presented this ring to his love who had remained true for all those years.
It's an attractive design date back hundreds of years. An enduring symbol of friendship and love, the ring has become popular throughout Ireland. So, personalize this storied symbol with March birthstone "Aquamarine".
Isn’t it just perfect that a gem named for the ocean is that the birthstone for a month when we celebrate this beautiful island? And aquamarine might be considered a foreign relative of emerald because both are sorts of an equivalent mineral – beryl.
Aquamarine means seawater. In the past, it was believed to protect sailors at sea. This stunning gem is the green-blue of the ocean on a spring day. It’s a softer, more subtle shade than emerald green or sapphire blue.
In other words, It has a simple elegance that goes effortlessly from daytime casual to nighttime glamour. It's an excellent pick as a birthday gift. It's one among those colors that flatters everyone of every complexion or age. Like the ocean, it is mesmerizing. Once you take a good look at it, you will find your eyes constantly drawn to it.
While emerald is that gem mostly related to Ireland, aquamarine is additionally very fitting for Irish jewelry. Ireland is, after all, an island surrounded by the ocean. Although the sea has always had a huge influence on everything from the weather to the diet to the culture here. Aran sweaters, Curragh boats, even the popular Claddagh design are all directly associated with the sea.
Therefore, if you know an Irish lass with a March birthday, jewelry featuring the Claddagh or Celtic knotwork with an aquamarine stone is a perfect present.
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