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Gold Cubic Torque Bangle B0007


This heavy solid 9ct yellow gold torc bangle is designed to wrap elegantly around the wrist. Each ball is encrusted with cubic zirconia’s and white rhodium plated for a sparkling finishing touch.

Inside diameter oval 58mm x 53.5mm.

Width solid 9ct gold round wire 3.5mm, diameter of balls 9mm.

This stylish classic oval bangle, has a beautiful white gold ball each side encrusted with sparkling white cubic zirconia’s.  Inspired by the great designs of ancient times.

A design that has truly stood the test of time.

Presented in a plastic and cotton wool gift box.

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City of London Jewellers Presents the Devizes Gold Cubic Torque Bangle B0028.

Measurements: – Inside diameter oval 58mm x 53.5mm.

Width of solid 9ct gold round wire 3.5mm, diameter of balls 9mm.


A heavy solid 9ct yellow gold torque bangle with white gold end Beads encrusted with sparkling cubic zirconia. A great gift idea.

Hallmarked Gold Cubic Torque Bangle B0007.

What is a Hallmark?

A hallmark:

  • Is a set of component marks applied to articles of the precious metals gold, silver, platinum or palladium.
  • Means that the article has been independently tested.
  • Guarantees that it conforms to all legal standards of purity (fineness).
  • Guarantees provenance by telling us where the piece was hallmarked, what the article is made from, and who sent the article for hallmarking.

The standard hallmark formation is horizontal with minimal spacing between the marks.

The Full Traditional Hallmark comprises five marks:

  • Sponsor’s mark – compulsory
  • Traditional fineness mark
  • Millesimal fineness mark – compulsory
  • Assay Office mark – compulsory
  • Date letter mark

Gold Cubic Torque Bangle B0007. Also known as a Ball Bangle.

Torque Bangle/Torc/Torq Bangle.

Terminology and Definition.

The word comes from Latin torquis (or torques), from torqueo, “to twist”, because of the twisted shape many of the rings have. Typically, neck-rings that open at the front when worn are called “torcs” and those that open at the back “collars”. Smaller bracelets and armlets worn around the wrist or on the upper arm sometimes share very similar forms. Torcs were made from single or multiple intertwined metal rods, or “ropes” of twisted wire. Most of those that have been found are made from gold or bronze, less often silver, iron or other metals (gold, bronze and silver survive better than other metals when buried for long periods). Elaborate examples, sometimes hollow, used a variety of techniques but complex decoration was usually begun by casting and then worked by further techniques. The Ipswich Hoard includes unfinished torcs that give clear evidence of the stages of work.[3] Flat-ended terminals are called “buffers”, and in types like the “fused-buffer” shape, where what resemble two terminals are actually a single piece, the element is called a “muff”.[4]

9ct Yellow Gold Cubic Zirconia Torque Bangle.


Additional information

Weight 22.7 g
Dimensions 58-53.5 × 3.5 × 3.5 mm

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