Though the wearer of this bead charm might not be able to visit Ireland for the time being, she can certainly feel the presence of the country's landscape and history with this miniature monument to Dublin's castles.
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Tara's Diary collection from Shanore Irish Jewelry offers breathtaking Pandora and Chamilia-compatible charms available nowhere else.
Though the wearer of this bead charm might not be able to visit Ireland for the time being, she can certainly feel the presence of the country's landscape and history with this miniature monument to Dublin's castles. ShanOre's craftsmen have built this sterling silver structure complete with stones, turrets, and arched doorway. This piece will stand up and out on the owner's Tara's Diary bracelet amongst the other charms, setting a mood of medieval mystery.
The Influence of Irish Castles
Castles built in medieval Ireland were meant to create an intimidating aura, both to the country's citizens and possible invaders. They provided havens for noble families and strategic positioning for the nation's leaders during times of warfare. Impenetrably strong, these castles were expensive and time-consuming to design and construct, but the results were awe-inspiring. Their survival to this day testifies to their importance in Ireland?s political and military history. When people visit Ireland these days, they can plan entire day trips around explorations of countless castles, some of which have been transformed into resorts, and many of which offer tours. Dublin Castle in particular, which is situated on the original site of the black (dubh) pool that gave Dublin its name, hosts government officials and high-profile business executives when they come to collaborate.
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