The Pipes, the Pipes Are Calling Irish Charm
This double-sided pendant features an image from a vintage St Patrick’s Day postcard. The card displays a woman with an Irish clay pipe. The other side of the charm shows the lyrics “The Pipes, the Pipes Are Calling.”
Clay pipes were common in Ireland and the village of Knockcroghery in Co.Roscommon continues to make traditional pipes called “dúidíns.”
“The Pipes, the Pipes Are Calling” come from the song “Danny Boy,” written by English lawyer and lyricist Frederic Weatherly in 1910. The words were originally written for a different tune, but Weatherly modified them to fit the tune “Londonderry Air” in 1913.
This piece measures just over 1″ x 1″. This design is now 50% thinner for a lighter more streamlined look from the version launched in 2012.
All proceeds from this purchase support www.IrishFireside.com, the podcast and blog hosted by Liam Hughes and Corey Taratuta that covers topics of Irish travel and culture. For this reason, this item is not eligible for coupons or discounts. This item is not made from broken china.
Due to its overwhelming popularity, it may take up to 15 days to ship this item if it is labeled as “Available on backorder” below… I can assure you, they will be fresh from the artist’s hands when they arrive. Thank you for your patience.
Sorry, this product is not eligible for complimentary gift box. Neck wire not included.
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