The Irish term “Tis Herself” is an affectionate expression in both the Irish and Scottish language, denoting a woman of importance, usually the lady of the house. It is suggestive of someone announcing the appearance of royalty. ‘Tis herself is usually meant in jest, for a female who thinks she is more important than she really is. Like an real Irish Queen or Irish Princess. Someone who deserves to wear an Irish tiara. It’s sort of a joke. But as we all know every lady of the the house is really the Queen of home.
- Our Herself Necklace is sterling silver with a gold plated shamrock.
- It hangs from a sterling silver chain.
- The Herself necklace length measures approximately 18 inches long.
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