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Silver b3 | Celtic, Saxon & Viking Jewellery & Gifts | Bangles-Torcs-Bracelets

Celtic Bangles, Torcs and Bracelets

Hand crafted Celtic Bangles, Wrist Torcs and Bracelets. The designs of which are authentically reproduced and inspired by the romantically haunting age and culture of the Celts
Celtic Knotwork Bangles

Celtic Knotwork Bangles

Ref: TB30

 

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Price: 28.95


Hand finished Pewter Celtic bangle with classic Celtic knotwork design engraved on outer surface.

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artefacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolise the continuity of life.

Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Approx Internal Diameter Size: 60-62mm

Celtic Dragon Bangles

Celtic Dragon Bangles

Ref: TB33

 

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Price: 32.00


Hand finished Pewter Celtic Dragon Bangle. According to classical writers, the Celts wore both neck and arm torcs into battle.

Dragons are often depicted with wings, a serpent's tail and horns. These three elements symbolise celestial force, earth energy and regeneration. They usually inhabit and control the underworld, the seas and the mountains. Dragons are guardians of power and secret knowledge.

Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Approx Internal Diameter Size: 58 - 60mm

Twin Beast Celtic 2 Piece Bangles

Twin Beast Celtic 2 Piece Bangles

Ref: TB06

 

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Price: 27.95


Pewter 2 piece bangle with an embossed Celtic Beast design and a leather thong hinge. Adjustable leather thong closure which tightens with a pewter toggle. Spare leather thong also supplied.

According to classical writers, the Celts wore torcs into battle. Both neck and arm torcs have been discovered in Britain and Europe and it is thought that they marked a person of high status, such as a warrior or chieftain.

Finish: Pewter
Width (excluding heads):15mm
Approx Diameter Size: 75mm (Adjustable)

Celtic Flame 2 Piece Bangle

Celtic Flame 2 Piece Bangle

Ref: TB12

 

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Price: 27.95


Please select required Size (Small or Medium)


Pewter 2 piece Celtic bangle with an embossed knotwork design and a leather thong hinge. Adjustable leather thong closure which tightens with a pewter toggle. Spare leather thong also supplied.

According to classical writers, the Celts wore torcs into battle. Both neck and arm torcs have been discovered in Britain and Europe and it is thought that they marked a person of high status, such as a warrior or chieftain.

Finish: Pewter
Width:approx 12mm
Approx Diameter Sizes: 52mm (S) 60mm (M)

Celtic Cuff Torc Bangles

Celtic Cuff Torc Bangles

Ref: TB108

 

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Price: 29.95


Very wide open wrist torque bangle with embossed Celtic knotwork.

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artefacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolise the continuity of life.

Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: Approx. 55mm - 65mm + (Torcs allow for some adjustment in size)

PLEASE NOTE: Excessively repeated bending of this product may cause it to weaken or break.

Twisted Twine Celtic Wrist Torcs / Bangles

Twisted Twine Celtic Wrist Torcs / Bangles

Ref: TB107

 

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Price: 24.95


Hand finished Pewter, heavy twisted pewter wrist torc with open, almost circular ends.

According to classical writers, the Celts wore both neck and arm torcs into battle.



Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Sizes: Internal width: Approx 65mm + across, Band width: 7mm, (Torcs allow for some adjustment in size)

PLEASE NOTE: Excessively repeated bending of this product may cause it to weaken or break.

Serpent Head Celtic Torc Bangles

Serpent Head Celtic Torc Bangles

Ref: TB10

 

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Price: 24.95


Pewter open torque bangle with embossed Celtic knotwork and Twin Serpent heads design.

According to classical writers, the Celts wore torcs into battle. Both neck and arm torcs have been discovered in Britain and Europe and it is thought that they marked a person of high status, such as a warrior or chieftain.

In Celtic lore, the serpent is the image of light, life and divine wisdom. Coming from deep within the earth, it was believed to hold secrets and be the guardian of hidden riches, metals, medical cures and esoteric knowledge.

Finish: Pewter
Width (excluding heads): 6mm. Internal width approx: 62mm (torcs are adjustable)

PLEASE NOTE: Excessively repeated bending of this product may cause it to weaken or break.

Pewter Twist Celtic Wrist Torcs / Bangles

Pewter Twist Celtic Wrist Torcs / Bangles

Ref: TB47

 

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Price: 25.95


Hand finished Pewter open wrist torc / bangle with twisted design and Celtic knotwork detail on ends. According to classical writers, the Celts wore both neck and arm torcs into battle.

Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: 60mm - 70mm Approx. (Torcs allow for some adjustment in size)


PLEASE NOTE: Excessively repeated bending of this product may cause it to weaken or break.

Pewter & Tin Celtic Spiral Neck Torcs

Pewter & Tin Celtic Spiral Neck Torcs

Ref: NT72

 

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Price: 39.95


Hand finished Pewter Twisted Tin Neck torc with Pewter ends embossed with spirals which have a flat front and convex back.

Spirals can be traced back 7000 years, developing from observing natural examples in shells and plants. Clockwise and anticlockwise spirals represent the inner and outer evolution of the spirit respectively. In relation to the seasonal calendar these relate to the winter and summer, the year being polarised into light and dark seasons. In Celtic belief this translates to the theme in which one always moves from the darkness into the light.

According to classical writers, the Celts wore torcs into battle. Both neck and arm torcs have been discovered in Britain and Europe and it is thought that they marked a person of high status, such as a warrior or chieftain.


Finish: Tin & Polished Pewter
Size: Torc length approx. 18" End width: 17mm, Torc width: 7mm (Torcs allow for some adjustment in size)


PLEASE NOTE: Excessively repeated bending of this product may cause it to weaken or break.

Celtic Oval Gemstone Bracelets

Celtic Oval Gemstone Bracelets

Ref: TB52

 

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Price: 32.95


Please select choice of Gemstone



Hand finished Pewter Oval Gemstone Knotwork Celtic Bracelet.

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artefacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolise the continuity of life.


Choice of Gemstones:

Amber is considered to be the 'Soul of the Tiger' and regarded as a stone of courage. Amber's spiritual meaning is also one of protection and it's given to travellers to keep them safe on long journeys.

Lapis Lazuli has been associated with strength and courage, royalty and wisdom, intellect and truth. From antiquity, lapis lazuli has been worn in the belief that it will ward off evil. In ancient Egypt, it was powdered and worn about the eyes to improve eyesight.

Turquoise is a Gemstone of the ancients, represents wisdom, tranquillity, protection, good fortune, and hope. ... Likewise, contemporary crystal experts celebrate it for its representation of wisdom, tranquillity, and protection.


Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: approx 60mm diameter


(Please see 'Gemstone Guide' below for information)

Square Knot Celtic Bracelets

Square Knot Celtic Bracelets

Ref: TB27

 

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Price: 24.95


Please select required Size (Medium or Large)


Hand finished Solid Pewter Celtic Square Knot Bracelet.

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artifacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolise the continuity of life.

Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Sizes: 60mm (M) 70mm (L) Approx


Related products:

1. Celtic Knot Pendant (Ref: PN27)
2. Celtic Knot Pendants (Large) (Ref: PN27L)
3. Square Knot Celtic Earrings (Ref: PE27)
4. Celtic Knot Triple Drop Earrings (Ref: PE26)

Bronze Welsh Love Ring Bangles

Bronze Welsh Love Ring Bangles

Ref: BZBR923

 

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Sale Price 24.95


(Normal retail price £44.95)

Bronze Welsh Love Ring Bangle with a Welsh language inscription.

The inscription, written in Welsh, reads: Un fodrwy i ddangos ein cariad; Un fodrwy i’n clymu


Which translates into English as: One ring to show our love; One ring to bind us

Llywelyn Fawr (1194-1240) was descended from Lady Godiva and fell in love with and later married Joan, the daughter of King John of England, in 1206. He was one of the most memorable Princes of Wales and this Welsh Love Bangle epitomises the love between these two people in their struggle to ward off the invasions from England.

Finish: Bronze
Size: Bangle Diameter: 61mm. Ring Diameter: 24mm

Bronze English Love Ring Bangles

Bronze English Love Ring Bangles

Ref: BZBR946

 

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Sale Price 24.95


(Normal retail price £42.95)

Bronze English Love Ring Bangle with an English language inscription.



Inscription reads: Ring of love, bind us together. Seal our love, entwine us forever

Back in the 16th Century William Shakespeare wrote what is arguably the greatest love story of all time Romeo and Juliet. In English literature there can be no greater example of undying love and these sentiments are epitomised by our Love Bangles

Finish: Bronze
Size: Bangle Diameter: 61mm. Ring Diameter: 24mm

Gemstone Guide
Gemstone Guide Ref: Bracelets
(Please be aware that Gemstone colours are not 'exactly' uniform in all stones, and variations in depth of colours, patterning, and general appearance naturally occur)



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