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Four Leaf Clover Lapel Pin

Price: $7.00 + $3.95 shipping
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Ships from and sold by Jim Clift Design, Inc..
  • Made in the US
$7.00 + $3.95 shipping
In Stock. Sold by Jim Clift Design, Inc.

Product Specifications

Jewelry Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Jim Clift Design
Metal stamp N/A
Metal Pewter
Material not-applicable
Model number CC422

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Four Leaf Clover Lapel Pin + Horseshoe Lapel Pin
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Product Description

The four-leaf clover is not an emblem of Ireland. The emblem of Ireland is the shamrock, which is similar to the clover.An explanation may be the connection between the lucky four-leaf clover, and the adage "the luck of the Irish." Wear your luck on your lapel with our four leaf clover pin! Handcast in solid, lead-free pewter, each of our pins is an original three dimensional sculpture signed by the artist, Jim Clift. Individually packaged on one of our signature presentation cards, our pins arrive ready for gift giving! Handcrafted in our studio in Coventry, RI, our pins are 100% US made.

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    By Adam J. MccAbe on June 8, 2013
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    Great product! I'm using this as a tie tac and people compliment on how nice and professional looking it is.
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