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Please Note: These are authentic ancient bronze Celtic Money Rings, and you will receive the exact bracelet in the photographs and description.
Celtic bronze ring money dates from 800 to 50 BC, when these sturdy bronze rings were traded as currency among the Celtic tribes of Northeastern Europe, and later, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Bracelet Sizing: Please note that this bracelet can be sized for you. Just choose the size in the drop-down menu.
While they may not look like money, these bronze rings were used as currency by Celtic tribes and were worn on clothing or tied together with leather or string. Often referred to as “ring-money,” this type of Celtic artifact is rare. These artifacts were hand-made by Celtic craftsmen over 2,000 years ago.
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How do I determine my bracelet size?
- Wrap a strip of paper or tape measure just below your wrist bone, where you would normally wear a bracelet
- If you are using a strip of paper, measure that paper strip with a ruler to determine your wrist size
- Add 1/2 inch to your wrist size for comfort - this is your bracelet size! For example, if your wrist measurement is 8", then you would order an 8 1/2" bracelet.
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