Even when the leprechauns are identified to be tricksters, they’re probably not as upsetting as their cousins, clurichaun. From the Irish folklore, the lesser known relations of leprechaun are night time creatures, and were prone to make havoc. One sample is the clurichaun that are usually depicted as clearing out the whole entire wine cellars, then, get drunk. In lots of stories, they is said to attach livestock, like sheep and goats, then, have ridden with them around the Ireland in the evening. Base on some folklorists, these clurichauns are not the kind of different fairy from the leprechaun, however, are leprechauns in the ‘night-form’. This only means that the leprechauns experience a total change person when they are drunk after the hard day’s work.
The Leprechauns are working hard and earning well
Talking about work, leprechauns are thought to serve as the cobblers to the other fairies. Thus, they are believed to always have the hammer in their hand, and in their other hand is a shoe. Furthermore, the noise created by these leprechauns that were hammering nails to the shoe soles was believed to be clear by the human beings. Base on the Irish folklore, the fairies are really fond of dancing, because of that they were in regular need of a new pair of shoes. Thus, the shoemaking is a very lucrative trade within the world of fairies.
The art of ‘Meadow Elves’ by Nils Blommér in 1850 and according to the Irish folklore, the fairies were really very fond of moving by dancing, so that the Leprechaun cobblers can be very wealthy.