Ogham Silver Torc Bangle (Ladies)

Ogham Torc Bangle (Ladies)

Metal: solid sterling silver

Wrist Size: small, medium or large

Engraving: As the perfect finishing touch have your personal message engraved on the inside of this bangle for a little extra.

Engraving can only be carried out at the time of manufacture and not added later.  Please confirm inscription content and wrist size in advance as any personalised items cannot be returned or refunded.

Ref: 4028450

£130

Description

Bangle Details 

Ogham words, irish inscriptionsThis solid sterling silver torc bangle has a rectangular cross-section, 4.6mm wide by 3.2mm. We have curved the flat torc ends to make it easier to slide on to the wrist. It is available in small, medium or large wrist sizes. Each bangle is inscribed with an Ogham message. All 12 Ogham messages  from the Ogham Sticks pendant collection are possible.  The bangle pictured has the “My love” Ogham Inscription. The boxed bangle has the “Health” Ogham Inscription.

Each bangle is packaged in our Faller branded green box with our unique Ogham descriptive leaflet.

About Ogham

ogham alphabet, ancient Irish scriptOgham (pronounced ‘oh-am’) is an ancient method of writing, believed to have originated in Ireland within the 1st century BC. The earliest Ogham inscriptions still in existence were carved in stone and date from the 4th century. Surviving inscriptions are mainly names or short inscriptions carved onto monuments, usually grave stones or territorial markers. Ogham is also believed to have been widely used on wood for record keeping or relaying short messages. Inscriptions carved in wood were easily made and very portable. They were sometimes cryptic in nature and believed by some to have magical properties. Ogham was later also written down and can be seen in manuscripts, often as margin notes, written as late as the 16th century. Based on the primitive Irish language the original Ogham alphabet had 20 characters which were divided into 4 groups. The script is read vertically from the bottom upwards. When written in manuscripts, the writing is read from left to right.

Additional information

Ogham Inscription

Angel – Aingeal, Believe – Creid, Derry – Doire, Forever Yours – Go Deo Mise, Good Luck – Adh mór, Happiness – Sonas, Health – Slainté, My Hero – Mo Laoch, My Love – Mo Ghrá, Soulmate – Anam Cara, Strength – Neart

Bangle size

Small, Medium, Large

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