Description: This design was recreated from an antique mold. A large shamrock is flanked on both sides by smaller leaves, forming a pleasing circular pattern. Fun Facts: All shamrocks are clover, but a clover must have only three leaves to be considered a shamrock. The word is derived from the Gaelic translation meaning "little clover". According to legend, Saint Patrick used a sprig of shamrock to represent the Trinity when teaching Christianity. The Druids, who considered three a mystical number, also revered the shamrock as a sacred plant.
We also offer a custom fit cookie cutter for this mold.
Size: 3.5" diameter
Cookie Cutter: Cutter for Shamrock Wreath
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Demonstration: House on the Hill Video Demo