A twisted Celtic bracelet featuring two donut-shaped terminals. The design of this Celtic bracelet is inspired by the donut-shaped terminals used on Celtic torcs of the Iron Age. A Celtic bracelet made with an exceptionally detailed design and easily adjustable by bending gently the terminals. It comes in two sizes M and L based on your wrist circumference.
- Design & Type: Celtic Bracelet, Iron Age Torcs
- Material: Pewter - Silver Plated
- Gender: Can be worn by Men & Women
- Use: Adjustable to fit most arms - Adjustable by gently bending
Torcs or torques were neck rings made of metal, gold, bronze and a few found of silver. Torcs have their roots back in the Iron Age and can be found in many cultures such as Roman, Thracian, and Celtic from around the 8th century BC to the 3rd century AD. The most famous is the Celtic torc, used by the Celts as sacrificial deposits considered to be high-value treasures. Torques were also a sign of nobility and high social status. Many Celtic Gods and Goddesses are depicted wearing or carrying torcs such as Cernunnos, the Celtic Horned God.