Irish Coat of Arms Key Chain – Clearance – Weathered
These have probably been brought to tons of festivals for years and are now sun-bleached/weathered.
Irish Coat of Arms Key Chain – These have probably been brought to tons of festivals for years and are now sun-bleached/weathered.
- Solid, Lead-Free Pewter
- Approx. 1 1/4″ X 1 1/2″
Symbolism in Irish Coat of Arms
The indented line partitioning the Power coat of arms in half represents fire. This line is called eangach in Irish. The Cullen, Byrne, Casey, Regan, and Foley coat of arms contain a chevron that represents the beams of a gable. This ordinary signifies protection. The Irish call the chevron by rachtán.
|Irish Coat of Arms||
Boyle, Brady, Brennan, Burke, Byrne, Callaghan, Carroll, Casey, Clarke, Collins, Connolly, Cullen, Daly, Doherty, Donnelly, Donovan, Doyle, Duffy, Dunne, Farrell, Fitzgerald, Fitzpatrick, Flanagan, Flynn, Foley, Gallagher, Griffin, Hayes, Healy, Higgins, Hogan, Kavanagh, Kelly, Kennedy, Lynch, Maguire, Mahony, Maloney, Martin, McCarthy, McDermott, McGrath, McMahon, Moore, Moran, Murphy, Murray, Nolan, O'Brien, O'Connell, O'Connor, O'Donnell, O'Leary, O'Neill, O'Reilly, O'Shea, O'Sullivan, Power, Quinn, Regan, Ryan, Sheehan, Sweeney, Walsh