Unisex pewter torq bracelet comprising 4 pewter metal wires formed together to make a solid body and shaped in the front of the bracelet in an unusual arrow-head knot design. The ends of the torq have a celtic double cross design. Suitable for both men and women.
Pewter is an ancient metal first used in the bronze age and historically was an alloy combining mainly tin and a small amount of copper plus other trace metals including lead. Modern pewter contains 92-97% tin, with 1 or 2% copper and the remainder antimony, depending on its source. Lead is no longer allowed to be used in the alloy.