Shamrock Plates for St. Patrick’s Day

Shamrock Plates for St. Patrick's Day

Shamrock Plates for St. Patrick’s Day

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  1. Susan, I absolutely love these plates! Where in the world did you find them? I have been looking for over two years to purchase a set of Sharock plates for St. Patricks Day table decoration and as of today I am still having no luck!
    I have noticed in several of your pictures you also have additional patterns for St. Patricks Day. Please share where I may be as fortunate to find these beautiful patterns.
    Thank you so much!
    Sharon

    • Hi Sharon! Thanks! All the St. Patrick’s Day dishware with the large shamrock pattern came from HomesGoods and TJ Max a few years back. I may have purchased some from Marshall’s too. All three of those stores are owned by the same company so sometimes their merchandise is similar. If you have one near you, you may want to check it now just to see if they have gotten any in for this year. The only other place I would know to check would be eBay or Replacements.com. Hope you can find some!

  2. I wrote to this company a few years ago explaining to them these are 4 leaf clovers NOT Shamrocks. And yes there is a tremendous difference. The Shamrock is a national symbol of Ireland as St Patrick used the three leaf clover to teach the pagans the Holy Trinity. The 4 leaf clover is a universal symbol of good luck but it is not a symbol of St Patrick nor Ireland.

    I don’t know why ey make things with no research.

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