Several traditional images symbolize all things Irish, the harp among them. It can be found on bottles of stout, Irish coins and passports, the Ireland coat of arms—and now your charm bracelet or necklace. This sterling silver Tara's Diary harp charm by Shanore, accented in brilliant green enamel, can be worn alone or combined with other Tara's Diary charms on a Tara's Diary charm bracelet or necklace, and it makes a worthy addition to any Tara's Diary collection.
• Harp charm handcrafted in sterling silver with green enamel accents
• Measures approximately 1/2" in diameter
• Dangles from silver lobster clasp for attaching to bracelet or necklace
• Necklace and bracelet sold separately
• Handcrafted by Shanore Irish Handcrafted Jewelry
• Made in Dublin, Ireland
Did You Know? The harp has been used as a symbol of Ireland for centuries. Its origin is obscure, but from the evidence of ancient oral and written literature, it has been present in one form or another since at least the sixth century or before. The harp was adopted as a symbol of the Kingdom of Ireland on the coinage beginning in 1542.
About the Artists. Tara's Diary by Shanore Irish Handcrafted Jewelry has become popular among lovers of Celtic and Irish designs. This collection of Celtic and Irish charms, bracelets, and necklaces are designed, produced, and hallmarked in Dublin, Ireland. Each charm is lovingly handcrafted after hours of design, prototyping, and testing. Shanore is still owned and run by the same Irish family that began making its jewelry in 1979.