the Royal family have their wedding rings made from Welsh gold but
this doesnt stop anyone else from doing the same. All you need to
do is get hold of some.
Statement from the Clogau Welsh Gold web site: "Due to the scarcity
of Welsh gold, only a touch is included within each piece of Clogau
Gold. This ensures the longevity of Welsh gold supplies, and the
affordability of the jewellery."
Brilliant spin! They hardly have any, but they are willing to share
the few molecules they have left.
Using this logic, since most jewelers use recycled gold, which is
like a pool of material dipped from a river of tributaries that
inherits gold from many sources and back through time immemorial,
there is probably a few molecules of Welsh gold in anything any of us
makes. We just cannot give an actual account of how it got there,
which Clogau can and does.
I noticed that the examples of Welsh gold shown are red alloys,
which is consistent with the popular perception.