Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Leprechaun


In Irish folklore, leprechauns symbolize mischief, cunning, and the guardianship of treasures. They represent the elusive nature of luck and wealth, the folly of greed, and the importance of being wary of deceptive appearances. Leprechauns remind us that not all is as it seems and that fortune requires wisdom to find and keep.

Themes: “mischief”, “cunning”, “luck”, “wisdom”, “deception”

More in: “The Book of Symbols” by Taschen; Irish folklore and mythology texts.

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