Charriol - Celtic® bangles in new colorways

October 2017

It was on a visit in 1983 to an exhibition of Celtic art and jewelry at the British Museum in London that Philippe Charriol discovered the ‘cable’ motif, an ancient Celtic torque design which was to inspire his Jewelry house.

Since then, this motif has informed the identity of the Charriol brand and has been worked in hundreds of beautiful, creative and original way.

Now, for 2017, the Celtic® line features four new steel bracelet colors: prune PVD cable with either prune cabochon amethyst or grey haematite gemstone ends, rose gold and black PVD cables with tiger’s eye cabochon and finally black and grey PVD cable with grey cabochon haematite.

The taut steel cables fit neatly around any size of wrist and this design is distinctly part of CharrioL’s heritage.