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Will clogau charms fit Pandora?

Will clogau charms fit Pandora?

This bead charm fits most Pandora, Chamilia and Trollbead bead charm bracelets. May be available within our Outlet stores.

Is clogau gold pure?

The British Royal Family has been using pure Welsh gold to create their wedding rings since 1923. This tradition was founded by The Queen Mother, then Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, on her marriage to the Duke of York on 26th April, 1923.

Where is clogau jewelry made?

Originally, all Clogau jewellery was manufactured in North Wales, but in 2005 the decision was made to move production overseas in an attempt to fulfil customer demands for shorter manufacturing and delivery times, and to sustain the growth of the brand.

Is clogau a silver?

About our Silver Jewellery Using 92.5% sterling silver in all our pieces, you can be sure that we only use the finest materials in all our goods.

Is Welsh gold worth more?

With no gold being mined, Welsh gold is incredibly expensive and gold from the famous mines can attract a price at auction of up to 30 times the value of standard gold!

What is the value of Welsh gold?

Wales Gold Rate Today in US Dollars (USD)

Hallmark 1 Gram
750 (18Ct Gold) USD 46.95
875 (21Ct Gold) USD 54.78
916 (22Ct Gold) USD 57.39
999 (24Ct Gold) USD 62.03

What is the hallmark for Welsh gold?

The Welsh Maiden mark is the internationally recognized indicator of authentic pure Welsh gold. Formerly used by the Gwynfynydd gold mine, Aur Cymru Limited is now the exclusive owner of the Welsh Maiden trademark and Welsh Maiden Assay Office mark. We only use the Welsh Maiden mark on items unblended with other golds.

What does Clogau mean in Welsh?

Welsh to English translators can offer you a range of answers, from ‘bells’ to ‘cliff’, but Clogau to us is not a translation – but a name. Our brand name, Clogau, is inspired by our heritage – directly referencing the mine discovered by Founder, and Chairman, William Roberts in 1989, The Clogau St. David’s Mine.

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