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Product Details

Don't just wish a loved one luck ahead of their wedding day, treat them to this superb Engraved Four Clover Leaf Keyring that's almost certain to deliver good fortune.

Equally well-suited to being a token of encouragement ahead of a job interview or big exam, the marvellous keyring is certain to make its recipient smile whenever it is that are gifted it.

What’s more, the charming keyring always comes with its own split ring so that your loved one can pop it straight onto their keys, bag or belt and take their new found good fortune wherever they go.

Good fortune they're sure to have, after all, as each keyring is lovingly crafted into the shape of the luckiest of four leaf clovers and is stylishly coloured green on one side for added aesthetic appeal.

On the reverse side, meanwhile, the clover can also delightfully display a whole host of text which will be expertly engraved and can convey any message of love you require.

Measures approx. D:5.5cm, W:4cm, H:0.3cm.

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  • Friday, 6 April 2018
    Well presented and the gift is memorable and loved

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  • Friday, 15 September 2017  (by Moses Mpungu)
    Can a colour of hearts be other suggested colours like teal and copper instead of green?